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Jennifer S. White
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Writing, blogging, hoppy ale drinking, stay-at-home-yoga mama machine.
Writing, blogging, hoppy ale drinking, stay-at-home-yoga mama machine.

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Surprise, surprise! Drum roll I’m thrilled to announce the upcoming release of my memoir A Quiet Kiss.

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"We are not only a family on the weekends, but we do have these two days shoved at the end of a week as our main time to slow down and enjoy our girls while they’re little, and to try and enjoy each other and ourselves, too."

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"It’s easy to tell parents to get off our phones and always place our important children first, but impractical idealism isn’t helpful."

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A truly important share for me:

"I told myself for a long time that I had a semi-valid reason to not use the phrase “stay-at-home mom” to describe who I am and what I do every day."

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Please read and share this. There's a scarily damaging article that's viral right now---it's all over my FB newsfeed. I've written this as a much needed response.

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So this happened. Literally, this just poured out today like a much needed rain shower.

What our food choices say about our relationships with ourselves:

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Ironic Facebook share? 

"Happiness is not found on Instagram, or Twitter, or Facebook—and when I begin to question just a hair too much the beauty that resides in my own waking life, that’s when I know that it’s time to do these things instead:"

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Drink Wine, Eat Ice Cream & Other Things I Want My Kids to See Me Do.

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"When I reflected upon what had changed, it hit me like a fifteen-pound weight (ha): in stepping out of my comfort zone of vinyasa yoga and into my old tennis shoes, I had gotten myself out of a rut."

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One of the biggest mistakes I see in relationships, both my own and those around me, is expecting more from someone than can be given. Thoughts on helping each other achieve greatness, but not at the cost of acceptance and love.

We Can't Expect More from Someone than They Can Give.
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