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About Not-so-SuperMomma

See my previous blog at www.theminimalchallenge.wordpress.com to learn about how I used to be a SuperMom ...

So proud.

Do you ever have those moments where you’re just so proud of your children that you have to tell someone? Or, in my case, the entire blogosphere? I think it would be fair to say that I am proud of … Continue reading

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Calendar Chaos

Blogging is the LAST thing I should be doing right now. My auction is barely a month away and procurements are not even close to finalized … not to mention the accompanying catalog, slide show, seat assignments, signage, software for … Continue reading

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Volunteerism

So, there I was … sitting in my first ever parent-teacher association meeting. Because after three years at this school, I decided it was time to get involved in my children’s education. And also, I was looking for a way … Continue reading

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Reincarnation

Helllllooooooooooooooooo out there! As you may have noticed, I’ve been on somewhat of a blogging hiatus. After a year of minimalism, I lost my “groove” there for a while. Truth be told, my Minimal Challenge was one part desire and … Continue reading

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Truth be told …

I thought I would return from my summer adventures and dive right back into my blogging routine. I certainly have enough time on my hands these days with my kids back in school, my husband back to work, and no … Continue reading

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Hello Silence, my Old Friend

It’s official. Fall is here. Complete with my kids back to school, my husband back to work, and me freezing while refusing to turn on the heat in early September. This turn of events also means good news for you, … Continue reading

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Life Experiences are the currency of the New Rich*

Spending our time, energy, effort, and money on Life Experiences has led to a number of family adventures, side-splitting laughter, and memories that could never be replaced by material goods. This summer has taken us on a road-trip to California, … Continue reading

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