Moms & Dads

Accomplishing Less – A New Year’s Goal

Accomplishing Less – A New Year’s Goal

By Laura Simon I’m not a fan of New Year’s Eve. I can’t remember the last time I stayed up until midnight, unless you count being woken at 12:01 by someone’s enthusiastic fireworks display and mentally chiding them for their disregard of the human need for sleep...

Date Night Ideas

Date Night Ideas

Updated by Anna Keller & Rachel Hoeing We have plenty of directories to benefit our kids, and we're thrilled to share a list that directly benefits you and your significant other! Our team recently updated this directory to include some of our new favorite date...

A New Year, a Chance for New Beginnings

A New Year, a Chance for New Beginnings

By Guest Blogger Tracy Huneycutt “It is never too late to be what you might have been.” George Eliot I turned 40 this past year. It was a welcome decade to enter. My 20s were spent learning about myself and creating new experiences with friends. The entire decade of...

Get Your Hormones in Check

Get Your Hormones in Check

By Guest Blogger Jennifer Hurst, Certified Health and Wellness Coach Are you frustrated from feeling tired all the time, drained of energy, suffering from achy joints, mood swings, virtually no libido, irregular periods, and weight that just doesn’t seem to budge,...

How to Start a Bunco Group

How to Start a Bunco Group

By Rachel Hoeing What if you made a goal to connect more with others in 2020? Strengthen your family by having more family time? Schedule date nights to connect with your partner? Build your friendships by having get-togethers? TMoM has many ideas of ways to connect...

The Gift of the Shift  

The Gift of the Shift  

By Guest Blogger JamillahNeeairah Nasir “Mama J” There are some things I’ve always enjoyed about the holidays. I still love watching corny holiday movies on the Hallmark channel while I’m making Kwanzaa gifts for my family and friends. I never tire of seeing...

If Every Day was Christmas Eve

If Every Day was Christmas Eve

By Guest Blogger Carrie Sockwell, author of Our Carolina Home Christmas Eve was my favorite day growing up as a kid. I loved it so much more than Christmas day because of the anticipation and build up of Christmas coming to an overwhelming peak. The excitement of...

Santa: I Want to Believe!

Santa: I Want to Believe!

By Dennette Bailey When I was a youngster, my sisters and I were hardcore believers in Santa Claus - all the way up to the 4th grade! I will never forget the day when my younger sister and I were at the grocery store with my mother walking through the aisles talking...

A Tale of an Elf on a Shelf

A Tale of an Elf on a Shelf

By Guest Blogger Andrea Ropko This is our elf. Yes, he is, in fact, sitting on a shelf, but he is not to be confused with America’s Rascally Holiday Sweetheart: The Elf on the Shelf. You know the one. The little scamp who eats all the cookies in the quiet of the night...

The “Not Right Now” Things

The “Not Right Now” Things

By Anna Keller I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the all things I enjoy and how many of them just don’t fit into my life at the moment. At first, I gave myself a hard time about that, challenging myself to find time to squeeze everything in, but after a while I...

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