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Tracie

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Tracie is a Florida girl who fell in love with Atlanta’s southern charm after graduating from college. She currently lives in the John’s Creek area with her husband and four children. If you don't see her in a carpool line or at a kid's sports field, she's most likely at home writing or in her virtual classroom where she teaches middle school students in language arts. Tracie writes about food, family, and faith on her personal blog, and you can read more at www.tracieandrewswriter.com. 
Your Intuition is Your Superpower, Mama - Embrace It

Your Intuition is Your Superpower, Mama – Embrace It

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If you ask any of my family members or close friends about my ability to make swift decisions, they would probably laugh out loud. From what to make for dinner, to how to navigate...
Forget About Self-Care, 'Tis the Time for Soul Care

Forget About Self-Care, ‘Tis the Time for Soul Care

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This year. We’ve characterized it in a million different ways. And, the pendulum of ever-changing emotions that we’ve experienced over the past ten months isn’t quite done swinging. We are now getting ready to...
What If Our Kids Are the Next "Greatest Generation"?

What If Our Kids Are the Next “Greatest Generation”?

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During the coronavirus crisis, there has understandably been so much focus on loss. Hundreds of thousands of people worldwide have lost their lives. We've endured financial loss, emotional loss, educational loss. And, we have...
What Would it Look Like if We Were all Just a Little More Curious?

What Would it Look Like if We Were All Just a Little More Curious?

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I have been struggling, not only with the words to express my thoughts and feelings about the pain and turmoil in our country right now but also with how I can contribute to making...
We Can't Go Back to "Normal" - It Simply Wasn't Working

We Can’t Go Back to “Normal” – It Simply Wasn’t Working

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We can’t go back.  I’m not saying we shouldn’t open America back up again. We have to do that. We have already been doing that and please don't get me wrong, I am very happy...
There Is No Such Thing As "Having It All Together, " Mamas

There Is No Such Thing As “Having It All Together, ” Mamas

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How many times have you run into her on the soccer field or at the grocery store (pre-pandemic of course): the mom who always seems to have it together. She arrives five minutes early...
Our Light Always Shines Brightest When Times Are Dark

Our Light Always Shines Brightest When Times Are Dark

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It’s difficult to put into words how we’re all feeling. Every hour, news about coronavirus evolves and life as we know it changes even more. This is uncharted territory for us as adults, and...
Average May Not Be Extraordinary, But It Sure Isn't Bad

Average May Not Be Extraordinary, But It Sure Isn’t Bad

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Average (noun): a standard or level that is considered to be typical or usual. At a glance, this Cambridge dictionary definition has a clearly positive connotation. If I go to the doctor for my...
Avoiding Volunteer Burnout...Especially This Time of Year

Avoiding Volunteer Burnout…Especially at This Time of Year

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Volunteer (v.): to do something, especially for other people or for an organization, willingly and without being forced or paid to do it. As moms, we wear many hats... we are wives, sisters, daughters, friends,...
During This Upcoming Holiday Season, Give Yourself Some GRACE

During This Upcoming Holiday Season, Give Yourself Some GRACE

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Come on mamas, let's be honest. We may be embarking on the most special time of year, but all of that magic brings its share of overhead. With each holiday meal and pretty decoration...