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Let’s Be Honest :: On Cleaning the House

In my first Let’s Be Honest post, I shared about my struggle with anxiety. Today’s post will be full of complete honesty as well, but a bit more light-hearted.  Today I’m spilling my guts about house cleaning. Yep. House cleaning. Or, really, the lack thereof that exists in my house.  Here’s my confession for today: I am […]

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9 Ways to Beat Cabin Fever in Columbia With Your Baby This Winter | Columbia SC Moms Blog

9 Ways to Beat Cabin Fever in Columbia With Your Baby This Winter

It’s winter. The holidays are over. (Whomp whomp.) And you’re feeling stuck in the house, covered in milk, with a head full of dry shampoo and the crazed gleam of cabin-fever in your eye. But no more! Columbia is chock-full of fun things to do with a baby, and I should know; my son is […]

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Better You Than Me

I knew it was about to happen again. I could feel eyes staring at me. It’s as if I have this Matrix like ability to predict what will occur within minutes of this feeling. As I casually picked through the produce at the grocery store with my kids, I felt eyes piercing me. Then, I saw her. The […]

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Finding My “Village” in Columbia - Columbia SC Moms Blog

Finding My “Village” in Columbia

Bryan and I moved to Columbia from Charlotte in May 2014. Our daughter was six months old. We were leaving the only friend circle we knew (which was a group of awesome non-parents who, while incredibly supportive of our new role, were also slightly terrified on how to deal with us) and our families were […]

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It's Personal - Two Local Moms With A Business Plan - Columbia SC Moms Blog

A Beautiful Balance :: Two Local Moms With A Business Plan

Shop owners, Jan Mitchell and Jill Atkinson, are inspirational mompreneurs. In 1993, Jan was a stay-at-home mom with two school aged children. She was ready to start working again, but her teaching certificate had lapsed. She recognized monogramming as an emergent niche in Columbia and with her husband’s encouragement, decided to open a small business. […]

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