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  • New Year – New Money Habits With Country Financial

    New Year – New Money Habits With Country Financial0

    It’s the new year and like everyone else I am setting goals to be my best self in 2018. Last year was pretty good but when I look back over the year I realize there were so many things I could be doing better. One of them was my money. I literally just did things

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  • 5 New Year Resolutions for Moms

    5 New Year Resolutions for Moms0

    5 New Year Resolutions for Moms  This article was originally published on bebrightdaily.com   2017 was full of highs and lows for me. The fairy tale of new mom life wore off 2 months in, & reality sunk in. In 2017, I had to learn a new role. The young, professional, working mom role. I

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  • 11 Lessons To Take Into 2018

    11 Lessons To Take Into 20180

    Is there a such thing as a year of all years for lessons? 2017 was like, “HEY BOO!!! I GOT SOMETHING FOR YOU!!” And there she was – sweet on the outside but unforgiving to her core. Let’s take these 11 lessons into 2018.  You Can Either Be A Victim Or An Advocate Listen Linda,

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  • Adulting This Holiday Season With Progressive

    Adulting This Holiday Season With Progressive0

    The holidays may be the most hectic time of the year. The stores are packed, people are running around completely stressed, and we are forced to choose between paying a bill and buying presents for our children. For our family, we don’t necessarily partake in the extras of Christmas time. No big tree or toys

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  • The Season Of Re-Purpose: UpCycling With Our Kiwi Crate

    The Season Of Re-Purpose: UpCycling With Our Kiwi Crate0

         This past Tuesday, my firstborn son Aiden turned 8 years old. My nickname for him is “Little Engineer” because he is always building, fixing, and figuring things out. While mathematics and engineering are not my strong points, they are a piece of cake for him. Whenever I have a problem, I ask Aiden

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  • Teaching Bodily Autonomy: Stop Forcing Hugs For Gifts

    Teaching Bodily Autonomy: Stop Forcing Hugs For Gifts0

    Image Courtesy: Chynnamj  The holidays are most exciting times in most households. It is a time where families gather, memories are made and faces are stuffed. Amidst all the cheer and laughter, it  is a also a season where we must consciously promote bodily autonomy. Statistically, most abused children are abused by someone close to

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