Category Archives: Wise Living/Staying Wise

15 Reasons Why You Should Go Grocery Shopping with Kids

Communication, greater awareness, and even compassion are some of the small lessons that children can learn at the grocery store. The grocery store is the perfect opportunity to spend some great time bonding with children while teaching them great life lessons. I’ve also written a post talking about how I have managed shopping with multiplesRead More

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Why & How Diner en Blanc Dallas 2017?

Why & How Diner en Blanc Dallas 2017?

What is Le Dîner en Blanc, DEB? When I told one of my dearest French girlfriends, Aurelie, that I was going to Dîner en Blanc in Dallas, she replied “Oh là là, how did you get invited to this special secret, élégant, mystérieux, and chic événement? In Paris, this annual event has been at specialRead More

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Top 15 What to Do Valentine’s Week in Dallas

Top 15 What to Do Valentine’s Week in Dallas

What are your Valentine’s Day plans? I love romantic dinners and nice evenings out on the town, but what about doing something a little more adventurous and different this Valentine’s? Love is meant to be an adventure so be adventurous. Here are my top 15 things to do in Dallas for Valentine’s. This is aRead More

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OHIO to be more efficient with your time

OHIO to be more efficient with your time

I don’t have many “hates” but something that I do hate is wasted time!!! I’m always trying to be the most efficient with my time spent; trying to declutter, organize and save time. Therefore, as an extremely busy person, I’m always looking for ways to take away clutter and better organize my world in orderRead More

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Meat Fondue Recipe

Meat Fondue Recipe

It’s a wisemommies’s tradition to do fondue for New Year’s Eve. We do a cheese, meat and then chocolate fondue. Stemming from a European tradition, where many have Raclette or Fondue for New Year’s Eve, we wisemommies thought to also fondue into the New Year, every year.  Click here for that post! The post shows aRead More

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Cheese Fondue Recipe

Cheese Fondue Recipe

It’s a wisemommies’s tradition to do fondue for New Year’s Eve. Stemming from a European tradition, where many have Raclette or Fondue for New Year’s Eve, we thought to also fondue into the new year, every year. Click here for that post!  How to make cheese fondue? The following recipe is also what the restaurantsRead More

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Prematurity and Adoption References

Prematurity and Adoption References

The month of November is probably one of the most important months for WiseMommies Bloggers. It is the month for Prematurity and Adoption awareness which are two very important topics personally and emotionally. For November Prematurity Awareness Month, we had some amazing posts such as: Born too Soon;Life on a NICU for a Preterm BabyRead More

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Pumpkin Spice Latte Muffins

Pumpkin Spice Latte Muffins

Through trial and error of other recipes for pumpkin spice muffins, here is what I have created:A sort of pioneer woman, meets food network, and voilà my own recipe created from my impatience with following recipes. Oh, and I added the “latte” because I think that word makes everything sound better; I love coffee latteRead More

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10 Dates to Celebrate 10 Years of Marriage

10 Dates to Celebrate 10 Years of Marriage

In this guest post,Catherine Richards, shares her 10 wonderfully themed dating ideas to celebrate 10 years of marriage: Our 10th wedding anniversary came when I was an exhausted mommy of a spirited 2.5 year old and a baby who would turn 1 the day before we celebrated 10 years together. My children are the fulfillmentRead More

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Out & About: Cultural Learning Journeys to Take Your Kids On

Out & About: Cultural Learning Journeys to Take Your Kids On

The following is a guest post from Kelly Warfield. Kelly believes:“The world is packed full of interesting and diverse cultures, and teaching kids through travel can help prepare them for the future. School vacation is the perfect time to introduce your children to the different histories, norms, and perspectives held by the many thriving culturesRead More

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