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Self-Care Isn’t Selfish

Just about every mom I know puts the needs of others before her own, which is why I’m calling out all moms and making sure the message gets heard: Caring for yourself is caring for your family—it’s vital to your mental, physical and emotional health, and it will make you a better mom, spouse and person.

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What to Look For When Hiring a Sitter for a Child with Special Needs

Having a child with special needs in your family is one of the most joyful, enriching experiences a parent can have. As a proud sibling of someone with autism, I would never want to see who I would be without my brother Michael because he’s made me a better person in every single way! It also means that finding the right sitter often takes a little extra finesse—there are likely a few childcare factors that must be considered so your kiddo has all the support they need. 

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Baby Steps: Taking on Postpartum Anxiety

The journey through parenthood is filled with so many joys and special moments—but there is a dark side that is oftentimes masked by carefully curated photos on social media. The pressure to strive for perfection is amplified by the internet and not enough people are talking about the struggle that roughly 20% of moms experience. Let’s start a conversation about postpartum anxiety and depression.

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Growing Up with Grandparents

Living with my grandparents was one of the best experiences of my life and shaped me into the woman I am today. Understanding the benefits of having grandparents in a child’s life helps parents make informed decisions on what’s best for their little one. Read the top three benefits to including grandparents in your village.

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Girl, Trust Me: Trust Yourself

When it comes to carving out time in your schedule, make sure to leave some room for yourself. Whether it’s to reflect, relax, recharge—or all three—you’re working your butt off, give yourself permission to hand over the reins for a moment and focus on you. Self-care isn’t selfish. 

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