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Keeping Cool in Flagstaff

This will be my ninth summer in Flagstaff. Before I moved here I knew basically nothing about it. The summer before we moved from the Midwest, I would insist to my husband that when we lived in Arizona, we’d have a pool. “Everyone in places like that have pools.” He encouraged me to read Flagstaff’s […]

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My Internet Friends

For me, being a mom has meant both rarely being alone and yet often feeling lonely. Much to my surprise, however, I’ve found a lot of support online. I know I’m not the only one looking for it there– but I do think I’m relatively unique in that I’ve found it there! The internet can […]

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Mom and Dad Get Allowances

I’m 36 years old and I am going to start getting an allowance. Like it is for a lot of couples, money is a hot topic in my marriage. We met living on loans in law school and in the intervening 11 years, our finances combined. Over this time our budget has grown and shrunk […]

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Welcome, GoPuff

This post was created in partnership with GoPuff – all opinions are our own I recently had the chance to try out a new delivery service in town called GoPuff. According to their website, GoPuff was created by college students looking to keep the party going – and the available products definitely skew toward a […]

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Don’t Stop Inviting Moms

I am back in the bleary blurry days of early babyhood. My second baby is 4 months old. He’s a milk monster. I spend a lot of time scrolling the internet in the middle of the night. Recently, in my scrolling social media, I read between the lines and deduced one friend was planning a party […]

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Freezer Meal Love

Last August, my husband sent me a link to a document, “30 Whole30 Slow Cooker Freezer Meals.”  It had 30 recipes and a master grocery list. Each meal is assembled in a gallon-sized Ziploc bag and can be cooked in the slow cooker. In that plan, each of the 30 meals was different from one […]

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