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October is one of those months for our family that we usually end up forgetting. The kids are too big for dressing up for Halloween and sports fill every free weekend and most of the weeknights. While the rest of the world takes a bow to the changing of the seasons, the Andrews fam barely […]
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5 Tips For A Productive Writing Day While everyone is thrilled about it being fall, there is something else coming up that I wait all year for. Unless you are a writer, you might not even know that November is National Write A Novel In  A Month, or otherwise known as NaNoWriMo. So in order […]
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Before There Can Be Creativity This post is sponsored by McDonald’s, but the thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. The new McCafe Menu is available at participating McDonald’s Transitioning to writing full time has been a challenge. Practicing law every day for almost 12 years and then stopping to write was a wake […]
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Planning Date Nights Without Hiring A Babysitter     Can anyone else testify to how freaking hard it is planning date nights without hiring a babysitter? We all know that keeping date nights for your relationship is important. Because not only is communication essential to a good marriage, it is always good to get away […]
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Teaching Gender Inequality At Home Having a 4th and 7th grader at home, the topics for dinner conversations at our house are as varied as flavors of ice cream. Often, the fodder of elementary and middle school life dominates our conversations. But every now and then a topic presents itself that is not only engaging […]
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  Kids Helping Kids By Fundraising We do a lot of fundraising at our house. With two kids in full time, competitive soccer, we sell ribs, t-shirts and host car washes and other ways to raise money to keep doing the things our kids love. Ever since we have been home from Ethiopia and seeing […]
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