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This is a sponsored post written by me in collaboration with Dremel. All ideas and opinions are my own. Does the thought of deep cleaning your home make you a bit anxious? You’re not alone! I know it’s easy to feel overwhelmed when you already have a lot going on. And now that our baby... 

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Entertainment One and Scholastic. All ideas and opinions are my own. My 4-year-old daughter, Abigail, is a ball of energy from the moment she wakes up. Running, dancing and playing dress up, are just a few of her favorite playtime activities. As long as... 

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This post is made possible with support from the Association of University Centers on Disabilities through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” program. All opinions are my own. As a busy mom, I sometimes fail to notice when my children reach a new milestone. It... 

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 This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of CORT Furniture Clearance Center. All opinions are 100% mine. The next few months will be quite busy for our family. We welcomed our baby boy last month and we are also prepping for an upcoming move. Although moving can often be stressful, I welcome... 

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The post How to Style Your Home When You Are a Minimalist appeared first on The Latina Homemaker.

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Simple tips to help you conquer your mornings, make your routine easier and be more productive without the stress. For many years, I struggled with what I like to refer to as “the morning mad rush”. The stress of getting everyone ready, while kids yelled about missing socks, was not my definition of “rise and... 

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Five simple tips that can help you keep your energy costs low during the hot summer months without sacrificing comfort. I love the summer season. Grilled food, local festivals, road trips, and sunny days are always the highlight of the season. As a family, we try to make the most of out of summer and... 

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This is a sponsored post written for Aguacates Frescos – Saborea Uno Hoy®. All ideas and opinions are my own. I have officially reached my final month of pregnancy and we’re counting down the days to our little guy’s arrival. Although I’m thrilled about our baby’s arrival, this pregnancy has been my toughest one yet,... 

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Green Dot. All opinions are 100% mine. It’s no secret that travel is very important to our family. Even while living on one income, we budgeted carefully to ensure that we could take at least one vacation. Sometimes it was a simple staycation, but... 

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This past weekend was wonderful. I took a much-needed break from work and spent time with my family without worrying about a to-do list. Being present for my family has been my main priority this year. Yes, I’m technically home all day, but that doesn’t always equate to being present. I love what I do,... 

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The kids will be out of school soon and the summer break will officially begin. If you’re like most families, you’re probably planning a vacation within a specific budget. As much as we would love to travel to places like Disney or exotic destinations, sometimes they are simply out of our budget. Plane tickets alone can run anywhere from $1000-$2000 dollars... 

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