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The Successful Stepmom by Tracy Perry - 1y ago

If you follow me on The Successful Stepmom Facebook page, you may have seen the RAW video I did just before the start of 2018.  My goal for 2018 is to have Real, Authentic, Wakening.  This for me means really cleaning out my soul.  The best way to do that is to sit down and write Read More
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What a wonderful time of the year to create family traditions. When we became a blended family almost six years ago, I set out to “set our family apart” I had looked at the statistics and they were frightening. Second marriages are at a 60-75% fail rate and I did not want that to be Read More
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With the holidays piling up on us quickly this year, my heart is driven into despair.  It is so hard not to pray and mull over how many dads out there wont see there children at all for the holidays. Others will only see them for a few hours and what’s left will see them Read More
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Jealousy: the state or feeling of being jealous jealous adjective 1. feeling resentment against someone because of that person’s rivalry, success, or advantages (often followed by of): He was jealous of his rich brother. 2. feeling resentment because of another’s success, advantage, etc. (often followed by of): He was jealous of his brother’s wealth. 3. Read More
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I remember reading a dream sequence as a teenager in a book written by Joshua Harris, author of I kissed dating goodbye and Boy meets Girl.  He tells of a dream, where during a wedding the groom is joined by all of his previous “partners” if you catch my drift and it saddens the bride knowing Read More
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Conflict and blended families pretty much go hand in hand. Gasp! In all seriousness, conflict is unavoidable in general but specifically as a blended family. Let’s explore why and what you can do to shield yourself and your children from the noise. You met your guy and life suddenly became a big ball of adventure and Read More
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The Successful Stepmom by Tracy Perry - 1y ago

The title for this blog is multi faceted and I will break it down over the course of this blog post so bear with me. This weekend we drove from our home in Asheville to a little town called Colerain, where Jason’s parents, my in laws, live. Today we drove down to my Brother and Read More
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The Successful Stepmom by Tracy Perry - 1y ago

I feel as though I should be poured over my bible, letting the scriptures seep into the depths of my soul and weeping through my grief.  This weekend has been very, very hard for me.  I am with my family in Louisville, KY for one of my younger sister’s wedding.  It has been so apparent Read More
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Today I woke up, showered and headed out the door to deliver more cups from my Well Owl Be Boutique shop on Etsy. While I was out I decided to visit my husband for lunch. After our lunch date I drove a little further down the road and decided to take a peek in G.B. Read More
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The Successful Stepmom by Tracy Perry - 1y ago

To see the rest of the blogs from The Successful Stepmom hover over the Blog tab above.   Last night I rerouted the vine in our living room to make it a bit less hectic. It’s a plant  I purchased two years ago, about two months before our daughter was born. I remember putting up Read More
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