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The Main Squeeze

The Main Squeeze® at Belle Hall: A Local, Healthy Option for the New Year

*This post is sponsored by The Main Squeeze at Belle Hall. All opinions expressed are our own. Starting 2018 as a new momma of two, I am full of healthy ambitions. After giving birth to my sweet baby boy several months ago, I am already dreaming of my non-maternity jeans. Looking at my closet full of […]

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but being fat is easier

But Being Fat is Easier

I have always been a skinny person.  Growing up, I was never more than 115 lbs. Everyone, including my mother, always brought my weight to my attention, asking if I ate, or worked out a lot. I played sports growing up; swimming, soccer, horseback riding. Oh, and yes, I ate…loads! I just always had a […]

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moms need magnesium

Moms Need Magnesium

Magnesium and moms go together like plants and phosphorous…a little biology (or gardening) analogy. Magnesium is essential for humans, but it is the mineral that we are most commonly deficient in. Are you feeling lethargic, irritable, having vertigo, or muscle/eye twitches? These are all signs that you may be magnesium deficient.   Take a magnesium […]

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Stroller Workouts with Fit Mommy Charleston

Stroller Workouts with Fit Mommy Charleston

*This post is sponsored by Fit Mommy Charleston. All opinions expressed are our own. Recently, a few of the Charleston Moms Blog team members had the opportunity to participate in a Fit Mommy Charleston class. Fit Mommy Charleston is a stroller group fitness program for moms and children in strollers. Moms have the opportunity to do a killer workout […]

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When Bath Time Becomes Toxic

When Bath Time Becomes Toxic

I consider myself a savvy consumer, but as a mom who is constantly bombarded with advertisements about all natural, healthy, safe products, I had an eye opening experience when my little guy became plagued by a rash on his face. We went to the pediatrician who said it’s either eczema or an allergy. So, we […]

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