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Dear Mom Who Is Glaring at Me

Dear Mom who is telling me I should put my phone away, I'm so sorry I disrupted your day and you felt the weight of a technologically doomed world on your shoulders because I had my iPhone in my hand. I'm sorry you felt sad for me and my children. I'm sorry the small window of my life that you were privy to depressed you and made you weep for my son's lost childhood. Just kidding.

8 Steps to Get Your Mojo Back This Summer

This is a guest post by Dr. Sherrie Campbell. New beginnings are the most exciting and energizing times in life. Summer is always a new beginning because it’s a new season. Now is a great time to get fired up, motivated, and start making changes to get to your next...

Simple Tips for A Healthy Relationship #DriveMitsubishi

Relationships take work and making sure to keep your relationship healthy is a must. You deserve and need to feel like your relationship is good for you, not leaving you to feel sad or disrespected.   Photo courtesy of Pixaby I know what a few of you are thinking.  "Great,...

5 Signs You’re Ready For A Change

Guest Post by April Aragam Are you ready for a change? It's not always easy to make change and some people are certainly happy to keep things just as they are. If you can relate to any of the following signs, you are probably ready for a change. 1. You...