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Size Does Matter, But Sometimes Smaller is Better

There are so many benefits to living in San Francisco, but residing in small spaces that cost a lot of money is not one of them. A common topic of conversation with our family and friends who don’t live in the Bay Area (we’re transplants) is how big of a house we could get somewhere […]

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How to Do Wine Country with Kids

The other day my three year old asked me when we were going to wine country again. My husband and I smiled and mentally gave each other high fives because her question means our plan is working. We’ve proven to her that wine country is fun for both kids and adults. I’m always surprised when […]

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Permission to Get Healthy, Again

Last year, I wrote an article called Permission to Get Healthy, and it was about exactly that— me telling you that it’s okay to put your health goals ahead of some of your other commitments and priorities. What authority do I have to give you this permission? None, really. It’s just that sometimes you need […]

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10 Signs You’re Addicted to Amazon

The convenience of shopping on Amazon is undeniable, but sometimes they make it a little too easy. Here are ten signs that you may be addicted to Amazon. Take solace in knowing you’re definitely not alone! When you can’t even remember what’s in the box when it arrives When the kids’ favorite game is to […]

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Trend Alert :: Cryotherapy for More than Aches and Pains

*This post is sponsored – but the thoughts and feelings are our own, and we only work with businesses we believe to be reputable and resourceful to our readers. I didn’t know it was possible to safely stand naked in a chamber cooled to negative 240 degrees Fahrenheit, but it turns out that it is, […]

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