Share Your Faves: Things They Can’t Say

things they can't say Every Friday, I feature another blogger here.

To close out the year, I want you to tell me about a blog you love to read.

Maybe it’s one you’ve been reading for years or maybe it’s one you found recently.

Leave a comment with their url(either to their homepage or to a specific post you love) and why they’re on your must-read list. Let’s spread a little holiday cheer!


And if you’d like to write a guest post for Things They Can’t Say in 2015(first timers and repeaters welcome), fill out the form below!

Meditation for the Rest of Us

meditation tips

The notes for this post have been in my phone for over two years because I wanted to share these tips, though this is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sara Lee®. Exercise. Healthier eating. Drinking more water. Getting more sleep. These are all things that we know we need to do to […]

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Pour Your Heart Out

pour your heart out

2014 is winding down. One week from today, it will be Christmas Eve! This will be the last Pour Your Heart Out post until January 7th because I know you’ll be busy celebrating the holidays! If you write something during that time that  you’d like to link up, feel free to link it in the […]

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Things They Can’t Say: 5 Boy Mom Faves

things they can't say

Last week, I shared some great mom blogs. This week, I want to highlight some fabulous boy mom blogs(though there were some in last week’s list, too- what can I say? Sometimes boy moms have to stick together). My regular guest feature will continue after the holidays. If you’d like to write a post for […]

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Family Gift from Best Buy

Canon Holiday Image

The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free. Between Christmas parties, Christmas music programs, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day, a camera is a must this season. I’ve fallen into the habit of using my smartphone to take pictures. And […]

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Ten: Pour Your Heart Out


Ten is not a little kid any more. Seen from an adult perspective, 10 is still a child of course. Some of the twenty-somethings I know seem like children sometimes. Yet, at the same time, 10 definitely isn’t a baby any more. A 10 year old doesn’t need his mom to do everything for him […]

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