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The M.O.M. Method – A Refreshing Approach to Household Management

The M.O.M. Method – A Refreshing Approach to Household Management

Founder of The M.O.M. Method (an acronym for Manage and Organize Myself), Stephanie came to realize that she needed to establish better guidelines and solid expectations to have a smoother flow at home (sounds familiar!). As a single, professional mom, she found her self so stressed out that she needed to totally revamp her method of delegating responsibilities with her son…

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San Diego Weekend Fun in the Sun Awaits: April 11 – 13

San Diego Weekend Fun in the Sun Awaits: April 11 – 13

Ahoy, mateys! Stop by the Maritime Museum this weekend for some nautical fun, including scavenger hunts, ship-related activities like knot-tying and rope-making, and much more. Activities vary each day and are offered with regular paid admission to the museum ($8-16)….

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Don’t Get Near My Precious Nokia Lumia Icon #VZWBuzz!

Don’t Get Near My Precious Nokia Lumia Icon #VZWBuzz!

I recently had the opportunity to check out the Nokia Lumia Icon as part of the Verizon Lifestyle Blogger program with The Online Mom. I consider it a delightful upgrade from my first true love (my first smart phone). This device frankly has me feeling like I need to take a university course …

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Be One With Nature: Fun Outdoor Events this Weekend in San Diego – April 4-6

Be One With Nature: Fun Outdoor Events this Weekend in San Diego – April 4-6

April is here, and we’ve already had a few spring showers – luckily, the sunshine will be back this weekend and there are tons of opportunities for family fun to start the month off strong! Here are our top picks…

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Yes, You Should Take a Vacation: 3 Ways to Raise the Money

Yes, You Should Take a Vacation: 3 Ways to Raise the Money

Vacations are meant to refresh your mind, body and soul—with the added comfort of knowing you’re still being paid. If you can get past that first hurdle and actually use the vacation you’ve earned, you may be hung up on how you can afford it. Taking a vacation doesn’t have to be stressful, and it shouldn’t put you in the poorhouse. Consider these three options to pay for it:

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Loads of San Diego Weekend Events: March 21- 23

Loads of San Diego Weekend Events: March 21- 23

Did you miss last weekend’s STEAM Family Day at Balboa Park? Don’t worry – your kiddos can still have some fun at this culminating event for the San Diego Festival of Science and Engineering, featuring tons of interactive hands-on activities for scientists of all ages!

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Weekend for Saint Patrick’s Day Festivals and Science Fun: March 14 – 16

Weekend for Saint Patrick’s Day Festivals and Science Fun: March 14 – 16

Spring has certainly sprung in San Diego – last weekend was beautiful, and this weekend is supposed to be even warmer! So why not corral the kiddos for some family fun? This weekend will be lovely to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day and sharing some hands-on activities that demonstrate why science, technology, engineering, and math can be this fun!

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Should Your Daughter Snag Her Man in College?

Should Your Daughter Snag Her Man in College?

I was recently interviewed by NBC News journalist Jacoba Urist in regards to author Susan Patton’s (a.k.a. “The Princeton Mom”) book, Marry Smart- Advice for Finding THE ONE, in which, not without stirring up some controversy, she highly encourages young ladies to snag a husband before graduating college, while the pickin’s are good…

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Toot Sweet 4 Two – A San Diego Blogger Spotlight

Toot Sweet 4 Two – A San Diego Blogger Spotlight

We are aunt (Carole) and niece (Tiffany), chronicling the chaotic lives of two “girls” of different generations. Our journeys are different, but as women, our needs are the same: the need for quiet peace from the “noise” that surrounds us, the need for more time when we have none, the need for comfort when we are the caregivers to others…

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Why My Being a Blond Never Really Paid Off

Why My Being a Blond Never Really Paid Off

I just had an engaging conversation with a close friend (actually, my husband!) and I shared with him that I had calculated that between the ages of 18 and 30 years-old I had spent approximately $10,000 on having blond hair (OK, including cuts)…

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