The Top 10 Blogs of 2018

The Top 10 Blogs of 2018

By Katie Moosbrugger Whew – it’s been another fantastic year for Triad Moms on Main! As you know, we showcase many different topics and writers on our site day after day. What you might not know, however, is that it often takes a lot of time, effort, and...
Thank You – No Note?

Thank You – No Note?

By Guest Blogger Heather Miller My grandmother had a huge part in my upbringing. She was 50 years my senior and I spent more time with her than I did with any other member of my family. I chose to hang out at her house and run errands with her well into my teens while...
Developing Self Care with Your Teen

Developing Self Care with Your Teen

By Guest Blogger Juan Santos, M.S., CRC, LPCA If your teen has ever said… “No one understands me” “I’m ugly” “No one gets me” “I feel everyone judges me” “I’m not good enough” Then he/she is likely experiencing emotional difficulties with depression or anxiety. As a...
Holiday Timeline

Holiday Timeline

By Kelly Hines Halloween is only a few days away, and while my kids are busy preparing for candypalooza, I’m eyeballing the calendar. Halloween officially kicks off the slow descent into madness known as “The Holidays.” I thought I’d share this helpful timeline to...
Pray for Me

Pray for Me

By Kelly Hines Every morning, my husband goes upstairs with his cup of coffee and sits in his special chair. He rubs a little essential oil on his wrists, and inhales it deeply. He puts on his headphones and listens to the gentle sounds of a rainforest, interspersed...
On Loss and Living

On Loss and Living

By Guest Blogger Tracy Mohr Mrs. T’s note to my Aunt Barbara arrived in our mailbox this summer, addressed in shaky handwriting on a bright teal envelope. I anticipated the “I’ve missed you” on the front of the card, but wasn’t expecting the note inside. It hit hard....
Average

Average

By Kelly Hines I have a confession to make: My children are average. What’s worse, my husband and I are both average too. Even my dog is average. All together, we’re an amalgamation of mediocrity. I’m okay with that now, mostly, but I wasn’t always. Before I was even...