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The Center for Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders at Monmouth Medical Center

*This post is sponsored by RWJ Barnabas Health and NJMOM. All thoughts and opinions are my own.* I recently had the pleasure of touring the Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder Center at Monmouth Medical Center. I was accompanied by NJMOM to learn what the center offers for new and expecting mothers. Perinatal mood and anxiety disorders are a group of symptoms that can affect women during pregnancy and the postpartum period. Postpartum depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, OCD, and psychosis all…

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Motherhood, Postpartum Depression

Fall Capsule Wardrobe – Overalls

*This post contains affiliate links. I make a small commission every time you click or buy from a link. All opinions are my own.*   Today is the start of my Capsule wardrobe series! Instead of lumping everything into a single post, I thought it would be fun to share it as a series, and highlight 1 specific piece in my capsule. The point is to show how to build a capsule wardrobe around an investment piece. And my fall…

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Fall Capsule, Fashion & Beauty

Toddler Girl Capsule Wardrobe: Old Navy Fall 2018

Hello friends! I’m just sitting over here wondering where all the time went with A. I truly can’t believe she will be heading off to kindergarten in less than two years! It seems like just yesterday she was a baby. Now are days are filled with threenager sass and a LOT of play pretend. So now that A is three I’ve gotten a handle on her wardrobe, and how to go about buying clothes for her. My process has been…

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Fashion & Beauty

An Intro to Pilates with Witt Pilates

*This post is sponsored by Witt Pilates. All opinions are my own.* My first experience with pilates was a tape my college dance professor recommended. Up until a few weeks ago I had only taken mat pilates classes. So when Witt Pilates reached out to me and offered to let me try out their studio, I jumped at the opportunity. I’ve noticed the studio a few times in passing since we moved to the area, but was a bit intimidated…

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Lifestyle

5 ways to get your preschooler ready for elementary school

      The transition from preschool to elementary school is a huge, amazing step in your child’s life. Ideally, you should be preparing for schooling from day 1, but if you have delayed preparations, at least start once they are in preschool. It is crazy how fast little humans pick up on new things. They learn so quickly, so most of the time, school will come easier to them at this age compared to down the road. But, going…

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