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By now, you’ve most likely either heard of or watched Netflix’s recent controversial and unsettling documentary The Social Dilemma. I think cinemablend.com describes the film well, saying it “examines the various ways social media and social networking companies have...
Before I had children, I considered myself a patient person.  Since becoming a mom, that quality is constantly being tested.  I guess I should accept the fact that waiting around for EVERYTHING is a key part of being a...
  It's 4:19 am. I didn't call my Grandmother yesterday. I need to set a reminder to do that or something because the only time that I remember is when I can't do it. I also didn't text my friend who is...
  I volunteer. I do Pilates. I run. Generally speaking, I look like a fairly put together person. I have a decent job. I’m well-spoken. If we met at Java Mama, a BREC park, or an LSU watch party, you’d...
I was prepared for everything, except this. When I was pregnant with my son I felt so prepared for everything. My pregnancy was a lot of fun and I felt great the entire 9 months. I read books, took classes,...
Times are gloomy in Baton Rouge. We can say ‘good vibes only’ all day, but to be frank, it’s raining constantly, safe family outings are difficult to find, and our enthusiastic way of life just doesn’t look the same...
Have you ever doubted yourself? If you're anything like me, you probably doubt yourself all the time. I constantly find myself in a cycle of thinking I'm not smart enough, good enough, savvy enough, etc. I let all the excuses...
One of my favorite hobbies and ways to relax is reading. I love sitting down and getting lost in a good book. From mysteries and romance to chick-lit and biographies, there isn’t much I don’t enjoy. In the summer,...
Finding time to yourself when you are a stay at home mom can be very difficult. Your world revolves around your tiny humans and it’s hard to get away. As a very extroverted mother, I was fine with my...
Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by Our Lady of the Lake and written by Dr. L. Lee Tynes. A Perfect Storm for Stress The COVID-19 pandemic came ashore in Louisiana like a hurricane, but it has stuck around and continues...
My husband’s working late, and my toddler’s refusing to eat what I cooked for dinner. My cramps are slowly killing me, and my baby’s “probably teething.” It’s the 218th day of quarantining, and I just can’t seem to make...
I think most people would agree that in this day and age, technology is an integral part of our lives. There are so many positive aspects of social media. With the tap of a button, you have access to...

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