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Train for You - Raleigh Moms Blog

Train for You

Laps. Lots and lots of laps. The last few months, I’ve spent insurmountable hours building a business from the ground up with some pretty incredible people. We were relentless with details and all but set up a camp site on premise. Long hours lead to less workouts throughout the week. I stuck with 2x a […]

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Weekend Family Fun - Raleigh Moms Blog

Weekend Family Fun:: Light Shows, Tiny Science, Pullen Park Celebrations & more…

Giant animated light shows, a community art project celebrating 130 years, tiny science, horse shows and so much more…. the weekend line up is full of fun for Raleigh area families.  Take a peek at some of our favorite family events happening around town. Particles Falls Friday, March 24th – Sunday, April 23rd.  Outside viewing across […]

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4 Tips to Celebrate Birthdays at School without the Sugar

4 Fun Ways to Celebrate Birthdays at School Without the Sugar

I picked up Corey from school to hear him excitedly discuss how many cupcakes he had in class. Wait, there were multiple? Apparently, one week in March holds a whopping three birthdays. Maybe it’s time we re-thought how we do birthday’s in school. OK, before you start jabbing me with number two pencils, hear me […]

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Mommy Brain...Business Brain - Raleigh Moms Blog

Mommy Brain…Business Brain?

  I picked up the boys from my parent’s house after an “after school treat” with Nana and Poppy and my little guy came to me with tears in his eyes. “You forgot the cheese.” he said. “What?” “In my grilled cheese!” What? Wait…Oh dear. Oh my. OK folks, I hit a new low. Just […]

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beboldforchange

International Women’s Day 2017: Be Bold For Change

Wednesday, March 8th is International Women’s Day. A day dedicated to celebrating the many social, economic, and political achievements women have made. It’s also a day that many have used to raise awareness of the struggles women face worldwide. Every year the organizers pick a theme and this year’s is #BeBoldForChange. The change they’re choosing […]

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read across america

Read Across America: Celebrating Dr. Seuss and Stories That Inspire and Empower

March 2nd is National Read Across America Day, a holiday created in honor of the much beloved Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss. Generations have grown up reading his books. Who doesn’t know Hop on Pop and The Grinch who Stole Christmas? While Dr. Seuss has said he never wrote his stories with a life lesson […]

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