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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. 
Meet the Creator of The Teal Pumpkin Project®: A Mom Who's Made A BIG Difference

Meet the Creator of The Teal Pumpkin Project®: A Mom Who’s Made A BIG...

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Have you noticed the transformation over the past few years? In a sea of orange and black, a splattering of teal has made an appearance on spooky store aisles everywhere. This bright pop of...
Ushering in the Teenage Years, While Managing All of the Mama Feelings

Ushering in the Teenage Years, While Managing All of the Mama Feelings

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Like any mom who’s been in the game for a while, I’ve gained some street cred over the years. I know my way around crying babies and explosive diapers. I’ve navigated the terrible twos...
Summer, I'll Miss You: A Mom's Farewell Love Letter

Summer, I’ll Miss You: A Mom’s Farewell Love Letter

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 Oh, summer...I’m going to miss you. There was a time when I dreaded you. Please don’t be offended - it was me, not you. As the mom of four small people, school days used to...
The Perfect {Healthy} Recipe to Keep Your Kids Cool this Summer!

The Perfect {Healthy} Recipe to Keep Your Kids Cool this Summer!

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If you have children living in your house, I feel comfortable assuming you spend part of each day attempting to sneak the good stuff into their diets. In full disclosure, this exercise in parenting...
How YOU Can Help Feed Local Families

How YOU Can Help Feed Local Families

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As a mom, it’s heartbreaking to imagine a child not getting enough food to eat in order to properly grow and thrive. But, hunger is a reality for 42 million Americans, including 12 million...
When Your Kids' Struggles Hand You The Gift of Empathy

When Your Kids’ Struggles Hand You The Gift of Empathy

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It’s Food Allergy Awareness Week, and while I love the opportunity it gives me to spread awareness and help educate others, it’s a time when I always find myself reflecting. As a mom managing...
Let's Hear it for Avoiding the Drama, Mama

Let’s Hear it for Avoiding the Drama, Mama

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With a touch of the remote control, you can find it any time of day: Women living up to the ugliest stereotypes of our gender. It may be a subtle case of backstabbing and...
Middle School, Here We Come: Getting Ready for the Big Leap!

Middle School, Here We Come: Getting Ready for the Big Leap!

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Is there anything more terrifying than putting your precious little kindergartner on a school bus for the first time? Why, yes there is. There’s a place called middle school. The proverbially awkward start to the teen...
A Busy Mom's Guide to Whole 30: How to Thrive, not Just Survive

A Busy Mom’s Guide to Whole 30: How to Thrive, Not Just Survive

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I’ll never forget the first time I heard about the Whole 30. A friend of mine excitedly explained, “For thirty days I’m cutting out bread, rice, beans, dairy, sugar, alcohol...” As the list went...
How A Funeral Taught Me the Importance of Being Still

How a Funeral Taught Me the Importance of Being Still

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In the final months of 2018, I found myself in a church pew watching a dear friend mourn the loss of a parent, twice. While these moments served as stark reminders of a new...