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5 Coping Skills You Need to be Happier & Healthier

Coping Skills for Better Mental Health

Dragging a boulder behind you—all the time! That is what suffering from a mental health issue like anxiety, depression, or PTSD feels alike. When you’re in good spirits it doesn’t feel too heavy, and you can keep going. When your energy is low it seems to almost stop you in your tracks. Luckily, there are […]

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6 Ways to Trim Your Budget When You Have NO Money

How to Save Money When You're Broke

When you’re already on a tight budget, finding ways to be even more frugal is difficult. I’ve read countless articles and most give the same advice: live debt free, buy store brand groceries, eat at home, buy secondhand. If you’re already doing those things, how in the world do you save money? How do you […]

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4 Unique Things a Subscription Box for Moms is Doing in February

Oxford Momma Self-care Subscription Box for Moms

I am all about self-care for moms! Over the year before I launched Oxford Momma, I found myself losing “me” once again after giving birth. I knew I needed a change, and I knew there were other moms out there just like me. Oxford Momma is a self-care subscription box for moms, but it’s also […]

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The One Self-Care Resolution Every Mom Needs This Year

Self-care Resolution for Moms

Self-care is more than pampering yourself or finding more “me time.” While those can be important aspects of q good self-care resolution, there is a lot more to maintaining a healthy state than just a visit to the spa. For me, good self-care includes things like creating boundaries for my relationship with my spouse, not […]

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How to be a Better Dad with Rad Dad Box

How to Be a Better Dad with Rad Dad Box

Parenting is insanely hard, and it can be intensely isolating. When my husband and I decided the he should leave his traveling job shortly after I went back to work full-time, I don’t think he anticipated the isolation he’d feel. As much as I knew, I wasn’t much help there either. I’m a natural loner […]

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