How to Survive the 4th Trimester (The Ultimate Newborn Baby Hacks)

Many pregnant moms spend time preparing for labor and delivery but lapse in preparing for what to do with a newborn baby in that fourth trimester (the first three months of a baby’s life). This was me. Here’s how you can do what I didn’t do and get through it hopefully with way more sleep than I did.

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How to Use Trello for Beginners

It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of automation and of organization especially when it comes to running my business (as both a blogger and a freelance writer) but there are so many benefits to using trello as an organization tool that it’s worth taking a look at how to use trello as a beginner.

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The Ultimate Tips for Juggling a Toddler and Newborn (And Everything You Need to Get It Right)

If you already have a toddler, preparing for a newborn can be totally overwhelming and completely exciting.

Adding a new baby to your family will always be thrilling, but this new excitement can also be, well, scary AF. Twice the children mean two times everything and as a first-time – second-time mom, there are some things you need to do before baby #2.

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What Does DGAF Mean?

It’s simple. DGAF is an abbreviation for the term, “don’t give a fuck.” 

But how can you use it to become more DGAF in your every day life. In parenting. In work. In productivity.

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How to Prepare Your Child for the First Day of Daycare

As a working mom who has put both babies in daycare from the jump (one at seven months, one at three months) I’ve experienced and seen first hand the effect starting daycare can have on you and your child.

Here are some tips to help you and your baby get ready for starting daycare.

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Real Natural Birth Stories to Inspire Your Delivery

Whether you intend to have a natural birth at home, are weighing the ultimate decision of natural birth vs. c section or are just scared of the pain in childbirth, this post can hopefully illuminate the reality that is often hidden when we talk about labor and delivery.

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The Ultimate Guide to Everything You Need to Know About Formula Feeding Your Baby

As a fearless formula feeding mom of two boys, I’ve had first hand experience with all of the ups and downs of formula feeding as a new mom. It can be daunting to navigate all the various types of formula to feed your baby.

This is a one stop shop for all your formula feeding needs looping together my most popular and most informative posts for the formula feeding mom.

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All You Need to Know About Natural Childbirth

Do you want to have a natural childbirth? Or are you at the beginning of your quest to understand what to expect when you give birth naturally. There’s so much to know about when it comes to delivering a human baby into this world and hopefully this post can help shed some light on what to expect if you’re considering a natural birth plan.

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How to Spice Up Your Marriage With These Easy Date Night Ideas

These date night ideas are great for married couples, those in long term relationships, or even new love (awww). I’ve tried to include some unique date ideas, because Idgaf about traditional norms and I think for a lot of couples, finding new ideas for how to connect with your spouse can be an important setting to help reigniting that spark.

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How to Prepare to Go Back to Work After Baby

Going back to work after baby can be an exciting time to return to a feeling and experience of who you once were before you had a baby, and to adjust to your new normal as a working momma. It can also bring up fears, worries, and anxiety about all the new normal you’re entering. Here’s what to expect from going back to work after baby.

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How to Survive the Mental Overwhelm of Being a Mom

Being a mom is beautiful. It is. But since my first little man was born, I’ve been living a new life and a new way of thinking. Long heavy thoughts about all of the things that I have to think about now, worry about, obsess about, concern myself with — that I didn’t have to think about before.

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