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Tara Schoeller

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Tara lives in the Atlanta area with her husband & 5 children. She is a PT LCSW family/ child clinical social worker with an MSW from Columbia University in NYC. She spends her summer days on Lake Lanier relaxing with her tribe and teaching stand-up paddle boarding/ SUP yoga. Tara believes in miracles big and small, including finishing larger than life piles of laundry and daydreaming of ways to clone her Mama-self, while shuttling her army of children around town. It takes a village...OH, and coffee. Lots of it!
Advice for Young Moms

Advice for Young Moms

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Me time, it is not selfish momma, it's survival. Repeat after me. I was recently at a gym working out on a treadmill. A mom, ten years younger ran alongside me. We chatted about all...
7 Georgia Wineries & Vineyards to Explore

Georgia Wineries & Vineyards to Explore

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Georgia has wineries and vineyards?! Say what? Who knew there was not just one but many?! In fact, Georgia vineyard wines are pretty amazing! Fall is the perfect time to get outdoors and escape...
The Best Outdoor Music Venues Near Atlanta

The Best Outdoor Music Venues Near Atlanta

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Music anyone? I'm all in! I'll drive far to catch a live show at just about any venue, but my preference is always a nice outdoor venue. Here is my list of the top places...
Reunited and It Feels So Good

Reunited and It Feels So Good

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While I haven’t felt like writing anything for a long time, I am back. Ready to write again. I am beginning to feel a sense of normalcy. Feeling hope and seeing the light at...
Staying Cool with the Kids in Hot Atlanta

Water Attractions and Outdoor Water Fun In and Around Atlanta

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  Oh, baby, it's HOT in "Hotlanta"! And it's only the beginning of June. The heat wave is ON in Atlanta and finding ways to stay cool while caring for my 5 children home from...
Sweet Georgia on My Mind

Sweet Georgia on My Mind: Georgia State Parks

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I never would have guessed I would live in Georgia, or the south for that matter, and love it as much as I do. Over the years since graduating from my Minnesota upbringing, I...
Pain to Perspective: Ways to Help Children Cope

Pain to Perspective: Ways to Help Children Cope

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In a very short time frame, life as our children and families knew it changed drastically in March 2020. A month later, we are still trying to make sense of our new normals, while...
Finding Our New Normal in the Age of COVID-19

Finding Our New Normal in the Age of COVID-19

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Who prepares for a major pandemic? Who prepares to be quarantined to home? Who prepares for normal life to be turned upside down in a short time period? Who prepares to watch what we thought wouldn't touch...
Feel the Love in Atlanta this Valentine's Day

Feel the Love in Atlanta this Valentine’s Day

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How do you step up the romance in your relationship with your main squeeze? Do you celebrate Valentine's Day and acknowledge the upcoming Hallmark holiday? Or do you turn the cheek and focus on...
Modern Day Parenting and Drowning in a Digital World

Modern Day Parenting & Drowning in a Digital World

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Text & Email & APPS, OH MY! Had Dorothy been a parent and had known the digital information overload and requirements of modern day parents these days, would she have walked the yellow brick...