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15 Minute Makeovers for Moms

By JustMommies

We all know the drill all too well: as a mom, you spend so much time taking care of your kids and everyone else that when it comes time to take care of yourself there’s never enough time. Well, now it’s time for that kind of thinking to come to an end, and here are quick and easy ways to help you stop feeling frumpy and start feeling fantastic.   » Read more

Top 100 Mommy Blogs for 2007

Back in August we asked Justmommies members to submit their favorite mommy blogs and we had an overwhelming response. We had blogs submitted with different themes, topics, styles, and designs and all with their unique mommy attitude! We went through hundreds of blogs and included all of our favorites in this unique list of the top 100 mommy blogs of 2007! » Read more

The Duty to be Happy

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Return to the Spirit of Mothers Day

By Patti Teel

Mother’s Day is a time for honoring and thanking our own mothers for giving us life, raising us and being a source of emotional support and love. It is that rare day to enjoy breakfast in bed, cards and flowers from our own children and husbands. But the original intent of Mother’s day is unknown to the general population. » Read more

New Year’s Resolutions for the Super Mom

This year is going to be different. In the years gone by, you may have made a lot of resolutions. Some you may have kept, but more than likely you did not follow through with most of them. As you have gotten older, wiser, and busier, you may find yourself not wanting to make the same mistakes with your New Year’s resolutions this year. » Read more

Motherhood is a Perfect Adventure

By Lori Radun

How often do you think of family life as an adventure or delightful experience? If you and your children are having a good day, then you might buy into this idea. However, many of you are probably laughing hysterically now. What is delightful about the children fighting for the umpteenth time today? » Read more

Mother’s Day Out - 5 Fun Ideas

Mother’s Day may officially come just once a year, but you’ve earned at least one day off the “job” and out of the house to have some fun on your own. No need to pack a suitcase or find your passport: here’s your ticket for easy and inexpensive escapes you’re sure to enjoy. » Read more

Making Friends with Other Moms

Being friends with other moms of like-aged children is one of the best side benefits of having kids. You have someone with whom to commiserate about sleep battles, picky eating, and tantrums. You have someone who can look out for your little one in a pinch. » Read more

How to Boost Your Momfidence

By Paula Spencer

My mom was full of wise sayings when I was a child, like “Nobody said life was supposed to be easy” and “Always wear clean underwear.” » Read more

Five Ways to Avoid the Mommy Wars

By Miriam Peskowitz

Mothers hear so much about the Mommy Wars. We’re told there’s an absolute no-holds-barred battle that leaves moms in the paid workplace and those at home fulltime raising kids unable to share a playgroup or a carpool, let alone a smile or a story. Is life at the local playground and the preschool pick-up line as bad as all that. » Read more