Easy Home Meals #JuneDairyMonth Twitter Party

June is Dairy Month and the perfect time to check out all that’s new and tasty in the dairy aisles. This section of the store has really evolved over the years. The modern dairy aisle no longer has just dairy or only traditional staples like milk, eggs, and butter. Whether you’re satisfying a plant-based diet,…

May 29, 2019
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Walt Disney World #DisneyKids May Twitter Party

  It’s no secret that there is plenty to see and do this summer at the Walt Disney World Resort’s four amazing theme parks, but did you know there is even more in store for families who visit with their little ones? Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon, the two amazingly themed waterparks at Walt Disney…

May 17, 2019
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Where I Went and Where I’m Going

If you haven’t been to Resourceful Mommy for awhile, you may be utterly confused by my recent posts. Let me catch you up. I mostly stopped blogging back in January of 2014, except for moments like when I felt compelled to pop back in and tell you about my sweet Alison, write an open letter to teens about…

May 10, 2019
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Why I Left

In the beginning, God created Twitter. And it was good. And the people of the Internet came together to share stories and ideas and skills and information. Websites were built and businesses created. Connections were made. Friendships were formed. Then people began tweeting to ask me for money to buy themselves new teeth, for help…

May 9, 2019
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Avengers: Endgame Movie Review

I have just returned home from watching a special screening of Avengers: Endgame with my twelve year old son. I’m committed to my no spoilers oath, so read on without fear of ruination. I’ve got you. Avengers: Endgame By The Numbers Three: Number of times my son tried to hand me a tissue because tears were…

April 23, 2019
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Creating a Life I Don’t Want to Leave

I have started and stopped writing this post more times than I can count, unsure of so many things, from questioning how it would be received, wondering if my site needed to be restructured before moving in this direction, and the biggest roadblock – deeming myself unworthy of adding my voice to the chorus of…

April 9, 2019
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Doing Disney World Solo

I first visited Walt Disney World in 1981 at the tender - and clearly impressionable age - of three. We luaued, we Hoop-Dee-Dooed, and we rode It's a Small World more times than is probably healthy or appropriate for any small child. There were several more trips to the World sprinkled throughout my childhood, but...
April 3, 2019
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