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How to Survive the Rest of 2020

Anyone else simultaneously wondering how it can already be November, and also why this year is never-ending? I don’t get it either…but that’s how it feels. With that in mind, I keep coming back to this: I’ll do whatever it takes to get through this year.  Don’t get me wrong, friends…I don’t mean “survive” in […]

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Marriage Motherhood

What I’m Reading

Reading is one of my very favorite things to do, so today I want to share with you some of the books I’ve been reading lately! Psst! This post contains affiliate links. This means that, at no cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. Rage Against […]

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Marriage

4 Things Holding You Back From A Happier Relationship

In the midst of motherhood (or womanhood), we often find ourselves without real connection and conversation in our romantic relationships. Sure, a decade ago we talked and laughed together, but now we’re mostly living in survival mode, and it’s killing the connection we once had. Over the years, I’ve discovered that there are some common […]

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Motherhood

How to Help Your Child Find Gratitude

About a year ago, I started a gratitude practice for myself. It helped me find and focus on happiness and thankfulness, and it has absolutely changed my outlook on life. So it’s sort of embarrassing to admit that I didn’t think of introducing my kids to gratitude until very recently. Psst! This post contains affiliate […]

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How to Find Your Child’s Love Language

I recently read The 5 Love Languages and The 5 Love Languages for Children by Gary Chapman–and I realized that I hadn’t been speaking my 6 year old Harlyn’s love language. Psst! This post contains affiliate links. This means that, at no cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click through and […]

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Motherhood

What Every Bride-to-Be Needs to Know

If you’re getting married, I want you to know: you don’t have to spend a ridiculous amount of money, invite everyone you know, and have gourmet food to have the day of your dreams. Sharing my thoughts on what every bride-to-be needs to know on the blog!
#wedding #engaged #bride

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Marriage Motherhood

How to Deal with Stress and Anxiety

For all of us, life lately has been full of stress, anxiety, and uncertainty. I’ve found myself really needing to concentrate on implementing strategies, because it’s very easy for me to take all the anxiety and turn into an emotional, irrational mess. And ain’t nobody got time for that. 1. Talk it out, then put […]

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Motherhood

5 Tips for Surviving the Noise of Motherhood

My house is always LOUD. I mean, I’m an introvert living in an extrovert’s world. My kids and my husband are talkers. Our dog is a barker. The TV, a device, or Amazon Music is always on. Sometimes, all of that is on. I don’t know about you, but sometimes, I long for silence. Don’t […]

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Events Motherhood

5 Tips for Going Back to School in a COVID World

It’s official: we’ve been back to school for almost 2 weeks now. Like, in person, real school. Please don’t freak out. We did what we needed to do, and I’ll support you doing what you need to do. Back to school in a COVID World is different, of course. Our school made the final announcement […]

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Fitness + Running Motherhood

5 Reasons to Love Running

If you’ve been around for some time, you know that I LOVE running. Running is so much more than exercise to me, and I’m so incredibly grateful to have re-discovered it 2 years ago. If you know you need to find your fitness “thing”–you know, what you can actually tolerate and STICK TO long term, […]

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About Me

I'm Meghan. I am an average mom.

I'm Meghan. I am an average mom.

I am a wife and mama of two, just trying to keep everyone decently happy and content. I love scrapbooking, reading, the elusive date night, and iced coffees.
I'm Meghan. I am an average mom.