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Hurricane Kate's Mom Life

mom: the hardest, lowest paid, and most rewarding job in the world

About the Author

Photo by Green Chameleon on Unsplash My cousin Lydia started the new year with a quiz, and I'd like to borrow it. Other than my About page, you don't know much about who I am and why I write about these #momrelevant topics.... Continue Reading →

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Why You Should Never Ask An Overdue Pregnant Lady If She’s Had the Baby Yet

Photo by freestocks.org on Unsplash If there is a pregnant someone in your life who you love and she is nearing her due date, or who is past it (poor lady), be sensitive about what you ask. Don't ask if... Continue Reading →

The Date Afternoon

Photo by Ariel Lustre on Unsplash It's revolutionary, really. You're exhausted by 6 pm, you say? I'm a mom, I can't go out on a date, you say? I know. I've been there. And I still go on dates. I... Continue Reading →

Remember: You’re Doing A Good Job

Sometimes, I am a great mom. Yes, I also have days where I am a terrible mom, but sometimes, I am a really great mom. Recently I had coffee with a friend, and I was excited to share my goals... Continue Reading →

Top Five New Kitchen Tricks from 2017

Sometimes we all need a little help in the kitchen. I learned these tricks this year, and I've been cooking for twenty years - proof that we never stop learning. Give them a try! 5. Squeeze grated zucchini dry inside... Continue Reading →

Top Five Easiest Recipes from 2017 for Busy Moms

Scrolling through my Recipes board on Pinterest brought back all kinds of memories from this year in my kitchen. What do busy moms need the most? Easy recipes, so here are my five favorites from this year. By the way... Continue Reading →

Hard Cider Angel Hair Chicken

My husband and I have been making this since we first got married and had more time to experiment in the kitchen together. It pairs great with a Prosecco or a Riesling, which you should definitely drink while you cook... Continue Reading →

goal setting for 2018: my favorite printable tools for the realistically-challenged

If you're like me (or even if you're not), you start dreaming about an idea but have no concrete thoughts on how you're going to reach it until you spend some time with a pen and paper. My train of... Continue Reading →

Books of 2017

Time for the annual Books-I-Read-This-Year post. Recommend (good writing, enjoyed, memorable, etc.): Books I Finished - Hope Unfolding, Becky Thompson, NF Northanger Abbey, Jane Austen, F I Liked My Life, Anna Fabiaschi, F A Study in Scarlet Women, Sherry Thomas,... Continue Reading →

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