“When I talk to Greg, I feel like I’m on vacation. Talking to him is truly that relaxing. The first time I met Mollie, I felt rejuvenated yet calm and relaxed. I thought to myself there are more of these people in the world. These people who just want the world to be a better […]
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This entry is part 7 of 7 in the series Breast Cancer Awareness MonthRMB is proud to support the local charity of Each One Tell One, a grassroots movement about dense breast tissue (DBT) and early detection of breast cancer. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we will be featuring the stories of the founders […]
Reno Moms Blog is starting a new series of posts featuring two local nutrition coaches and NPC bikini fitness competitors, Gwen Sedler and Jen Boscovich. We have five RMB contributors that have signed up to make a lifestyle change through the consultation of these nutrition and fitness experts. Follow along as our contributors share their trials, tribulations […]
Today’s guest post is submitted by Clara Mitchell. Clara has combined her decade of parenting experience with her professional background in psychology and education to found The Parent Company. While experiencing the challenging (though wonderful!) roller coaster ride of raising children, she was inspired to seek positive solutions to everyday family issues. She is passionate about […]
This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Getting Fit With Gwen and JenAbbi Whitaker is the driving force behind The Abbi Agency, and is also one of the people behind the Biggest Little City Initiative. Abbi is mom to two children, a leader in our community and a cancer survivor. Read what she has to […]
For Moms that aim to feed their children healthy, natural and unprocessed foods, Halloween can be a real nightmare. Each year, I cringe at the vast amounts of highly processed candy that my children bring home, and wonder what is the best way to deal with all this sugar? It feels like all of my […]
We’ve had some great pumpkin patch suggestions, but Apple Hill and Bishop Farm require a day trip. If you’re a busy (or lazy) mom like me who would still needs to check the box for “pumpkin patch visit” in October without having to make an entire day of it, Ferrari Farms is a great option, […]
As my bio below suggests, I never intended to homeschool. Every homeschool person I knew growing up was weird, awkward, or socially inept. Plus, I went to public school and always really enjoyed it. So when I had children, the conversations about schooling never came close to “homeschool”. They were about public vs. private vs. […]
A few weeks ago one of my friends went to Facebook with a medical question: should she get a flu shot this year? Apparently her doctor recommended one and she was uncertain. It seemed simple enough, but the firestorm of comments that it created was truly shocking and depressing. In the end, under a barrage […]
You know the handful of times when you had to run into a store or drop something off and doing so would only take you seconds, but because you had your child in the car it ended up taking 15 minutes? It’s crazy how all of that extra time is dedicated to just getting the […]
October is my absolute favorite month of the year. The crisp air, falling leaves that I go out of my way to step on, pulling out cooler weather clothes – I love all of it. October is also the month I was born in, so it makes it even more special to me. My daughter […]
I grew up with the most amazing “yard” to play in. Summer days were spent outside hiking, playing hide and seek between the trees, playing house with a huge boulder we called the Holey Rock, and exploring, exploring, exploring. Winter days were spent sledding, having snowball fights, building snow forts, hiking in the snow, and […]