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Raising strong, confident, self-assured girls: Part two

Shouldn’t our girls be self-confident and joyful? Photo by Karina Chapman, 2012 Yesterday, I shared five ideas for raising strong, confident, self-assured girls. Following are an additional six, which make a total of 11 tips for how to help our girls grow up to be the wonderful women they should be. Don’t be afraid to … Continue reading

Finding myself in New York City

Herald Square, NYC – Photo by Karina Chapman I arrived in Hoboken late last night, ready to start my “ME” break. It is so easy to lose yourself when you are a Mom, and it took an attack by a naysayer this week to make me realize just how much I was really neglecting myself … Continue reading

Moms need and deserve support–not judgement

It is the job of Moms to mother their children. Do you agree with this? I would, certainly. But telling me that my ONLY job is to mother my children, to the exclusion of everything else, makes about as much sense as those corporations who expect their employees to be on the job 80 hours … Continue reading

Naysayers, hear this: It CAN be done!

I find it ironic that my blog became the target of Naysayers the other day, especially because the point of this blog is to celebrate the positive, spread the good, and encourage fun. Also known as Negative Nancys, Debbie Downers, or Doubting Thomases, naysayers are those people who look at a thing and say, “Oh, … Continue reading

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