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    16 2014 April

    @MamasMashup Presents: Penny Pinchin’ 101 Twitter Chat #AioGroupSave

    Disclosure: #MamasMashup is teaming up with Aio wireless to teach moms how to cut costs and budget better. The sponsored Twitter Chat entitled Penny Pinchin’ 101 will take place Monday, April 21 from 8-10 p.m....

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    17 2014 April

    10 Signs You Need a Moms’ Night Out

    Recently Christine invited me to join her for an advance screening of the film Moms’ Night Out. Things had been particularly cray and I needed a break so I was excited about the opportunity to...

  • Vegan Banana Pudding
    17 2014 April

    Tasty Thursday: Vegan Banana Pudding the Whole Family Will Love

    When my husband told me he was going to become a vegan nearly two years ago, I literally looked at him like he had three heads. My husband, who had only recently stopped eating sirloin...

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    15 2014 April

    5 Easy Ways to Sneak Date Night Into Your Marriage Regularly

    One thing that I’ve come to realize since having kids is that alone time with my hubby is a precious commodity. And date night is something that we literally have to plan even if it...

  • Baked French Fries by Tosh Patterson
    10 2014 April

    Tasty Thursday: Baked French Fries

    The following post was written by Tosh Patterson (AKA the Chief Healthinista). Tosh Patterson is CEO of Be Well, Eat Well, Live Well, a company dedicated to helping busy women lead healthy lives and get S.K.I.N.N.Y. ®Tosh worked hard to...

Disclosure: #MamasMashup is teaming up with Aio wireless to teach moms how to cut costs and budget better. The sponsored Twitter Chat entitled Penny Pinchin’ 101 will take place Monday, April 21 from 8-10 p.m. Although compensated, all opinions are that of my own. Now that my kids are getting older, growing faster and eating...

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10 Signs You Need a Moms’ Night Out

April 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recently Christine invited me to join her for an advance screening of the film Moms’ Night Out. Things had been particularly cray and I needed a break so I was excited about the opportunity to hang with my girl. Here’s a little about the movie “All Allyson and her friends want is a peaceful, grown-up...

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When my husband told me he was going to become a vegan nearly two years ago, I literally looked at him like he had three heads. My husband, who had only recently stopped eating sirloin steak; my husband, who was king of eating icing…without the cake; my husband who enjoyed egg and cheese sandwhiches right...

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One thing that I’ve come to realize since having kids is that alone time with my hubby is a precious commodity. And date night is something that we literally have to plan even if it means locking the bedroom door to let the kids know that “mommy and daddy are talking” (whatever that “talking” may...

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Baked French Fries by Tosh Patterson

Tasty Thursday: Baked French Fries

April 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

The following post was written by Tosh Patterson (AKA the Chief Healthinista). Tosh Patterson is CEO of Be Well, Eat Well, Live Well, a company dedicated to helping busy women lead healthy lives and get S.K.I.N.N.Y. ®Tosh worked hard to climb the corporate ladder but left her health neglected along the way resulting in a 300 pound body. While on...

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It’s another edition of MamasMashup with the mashup crew! We want to hear from YOU – especially if you’re a mom that’s experienced any form of bullying from another mom. So join us tonight at 9pm EST as we discuss and CELEBRATE the differences between moms, and what makes us unique. Whether you breastfed or...

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The Moms ‘N Charge community is growing by the week, and I can’t even begin to tell you how thrilled I am! This week I welcome Nika Corbett to our community, where she will bring messages of positivity for daily living. What I love about this post is the fact that Nika talks about something...

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So for the past several weeks, I’ve been sharing on social media about my excitement to teach two LIVE online courses with the Radical Success Institute. The two courses are Blogging 101 and Social Media 101. Both courses are 10 weeks long and start in just a little over a week, and I’d love for...

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While I gave up sweets for lent, I’m wondering if these will count since it’s most fruit? No? Well maybe I’ll just help the kids make these so they can taste test them for me. What I love about this recipe from Fab Haute Mama is that it’s something that I can easily make with...

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Play time is over. It’s a phrase I often use with my kids to signal when it’s time to go to bed. But now, it’s taken on a new meaning for me. Now when I say it, it forces me to look myself in the mirror and ask myself: have I been playing small or...

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I’m always looking for new opportunities to learn and teach my children about our culture and history as African Americans, especially now that we homeschool. So I was excited about this interview that Erica conducted with James Bullock. James is a historian who shares 450 years of black history as told through America’s oldest city, a...

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10 Tips for Families Considering Homeschool

March 28, 2014 | 4 Comments

My husband and I officially decided to homeschool last year. At the time, it was a scary decision because we just weren’t sure how we would make it all work. He works at night, I work from home and we had three kids (ages 2, 4 & 6) who we were now going to be responsible for...

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Maple Glazed Sweet Potatoes - Tosh Patterson

Tasty Thursday: Maple Glazed Sweet Potatoes

March 27, 2014 | 2 Comments

The following post was written by Tosh Patterson (AKA the Chief Healthinista). Tosh Patterson is CEO of Be Well, Eat Well, Live Well, a company dedicated to helping busy women lead healthy lives and get S.K.I.N.N.Y. ®Tosh worked hard to climb the corporate ladder but left her health neglected along the way resulting in a 300 pound body. While on...

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