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Stacia Fleegal says “me time” is important and deserves to be taken without feeling selfish and scheduled just like errands and chores.
Smart Editor April Trotter says she’s always struggled with being a good daughter, sister, girlfriend, friend, boss, coworker and employee.
Laura Burkey’s 2½-year-old Amelia acted out because she was in need of some one-on-one time.
Catch up with these posts from Smart magazine from the week of Jan. 13, 2013.
Catch up with Smart posts from the week of Nov. 19, 2012.
Here’s a look at some of Smart magazine’s post from the week of Aug. 5. Don’t miss them!
Mom of two Laura Burkey learns an important lesson in parenting: It’s OK to ask for help.
Babies do not come with an owners manual. Instead, the hospital sends you home with the next best thing: A stack of brochures covering everything from whooping cough to radon awareness to read in your spare time. In April, I … Continue reading
Since our second child arrived in mid-April, life certainly has changed. My husband, Brent, and I are back to the newborn routine that consists of maybe three consecutive hours of slumber followed by many hours of diapering, shushing and feeding. … Continue reading