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12 Habits for Parenting Success

Whether you’re a stay-at-home mom, work-from-home mom, or working mom, you are an awesome mom. You know what it’s like to give 100% while running on two cups of coffee and three hours of sleep. If you’re like many other moms, you do most—if not all—of the household chores: shopping, cleaning, cooking, laundry, and more. With all the love you ...

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Halloween Monster Cupcakes | Quick Decorating ideas #urbanmommyinc

Tis the Halloween season! Your kids social calendars fill up fast this time of year. Party invites, play dates and outings to all sorts of fun stuff. Of course bringing a dish to share is a must and in my book, desserts are a must. Zoie was invited to a pumpkin carving party and while I love to cook, I ...

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Why Father-Daughter Relationships are Essential to her Future #urbanmommyinc

Raising a kid is probably the most difficult thing you’ll do in your life. Let’s be honest about that. It’s truly a cohort that can understand what you’re going through each day,  and what you’re giving up to raise your kid properly. And yet, at the end of the day, somehow, those little cute troublemakers are totally worth it. Now, ...

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Video of the week | Moms get honest about PostPartum Depression

Have you ever wondered if you were dealing with PostPartum depression? If you feel you are or have, you are not alone.   Check the symptoms and find out ways to get help.  Listen to these moms get candid about their feelings.  Remember, you are an incredible mother. 

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Tips on Eating Healthy | My New Favorite App #Lifesum

   Get healthier faster Over 6.5 million people are using this app and now I’m one of them, and I couldn’t be happier.  One of my goal for this year is to plan ahead with my meals and track my eating habits.  All of the trainers I’ve ever worked with has told me to track what I eat.  You know ...

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The Hard Choices We Make : Business or Pleasure?

It’s was a Friday night and I should have been in Los Angeles, California at an event that many may never get the opportunity to experience. Instead I was at home, in my jersey shorts, on my laptop working on a few projects. Originally, I told myself that I was attending the event no matter what because you only live ...

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How to support a friend living with Breast Cancer |Breast Cancer Awareness Month

  Many people live their lives not spending  or investing in their friends until it is often too late. True friendship should always be cherished and invested in no matter what the circumstances, but As October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we thought we would take some time to outline some helpful strategies for how to support a friend living ...

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4 Tips for Transitioning As A Working Mom to Stay-at-Home Mom

Elizabeth Stone said that having a child “…is to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body.” It can almost take your breath away when you realize how strongly you love your children; you would literally do ANYTHING for them. For some working mothers or working soon-to-be mothers, this means that they want to trade their ...

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“Mom You’re Doing Great!” 5 things Moms need to hear when kids go back to school!

The holidays have whizzed past at speed and before you can pause for breath, the ominous words, ‘Back to school!’ are mentioned. What happened to those carefree days of giggling kids at the park or on the beach? The days of no stress or timetables and not worrying about if your little one is going to lose her cardigan again! ...

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3 Most Effective Ways to Communicate With Your Teen

Communicating with your teenage child can be tough. Their communication tendencies tend to change once they leave their childhood years; whether that is spending more time alone or away from home, talking to you less or shouting and slamming the doors. This change is normal and varies from teen to teen. Most parents may dismiss the possibility of reasoning with ...

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