Nina's Blog

Comparing the momAgenda and the myAgenda
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM blogger Tara Ziegmont. The product comparison we’ve been asked for more than any other is the momAgenda and myAgenda, so that’s what I’m tackling this month. Side by side, there’s virtually no difference aside from the title,...
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My Top 5 Favorite momAgenda Products for 2012
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM leader, Heather Reinhard. It’s a known fact that I would be totally lost without momAgenda. These products are essential for the full functioning and smooth operation of both my business and personal life. It’s...
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How Do You Help Your Kids Find and Be Their Own Selves?
Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project, says that every day she tells herself every day to “Be Gretchen.” In her blog she talks about how challenging this can be. She asks, “Why is it so hard to know myself? and to act...
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The Art of the Thank You Note
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM blogger Nicole Feliciano. With the holidays approaching, it got me thinking of tradition and giving thanks. I was raised with by a mother who believed in the wisdom of Emily Post and a father...
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5 Tips for Keeping Stress Away
I get asked all the time how I manage it all. Four kids in four different schools....owning a business....managing a household. My answer usually depends on how I am feeling that particular day. The fact is that there are days...
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Benefits of Planning an Editorial Calendar Strictly for the Blog
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM blogger Kris Cain. Revamping my editorial calendar is something that has been on my list to do for the last month or so. I giggle that I have a calendar entry on my calendar...
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The Kind of Encounter that Needs No Introduction
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM leader, Heather Reinhard. I was on the soccer field in a panic. I was really struggling to entertain my daughter while trying to catch a glimpse of my son in his glory. After she...
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Just Keep Swimming, Just Keep Swimming
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM blogger Jill Krause. “Bong!” I looked up from feeding the baby to see the message that just popped into my inbox. Hi Jill, Just a friendly reminder to send me your October post so...
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Women, You are Worth It
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM blogger Beth Anne Ballance. From the National Institute of Mental Health: • One in four women will experience severe depression at some point in life. • Depression affects twice as many women as men,...
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Beauty Appointments You Can't Afford to Miss
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM blogger Nicole Feliciano. When it comes to keeping up with appearances, it’s likely you’ve heard all the excuses–and probably used most of them… • I’m too tired • It’s too expensive • It doesn’t...
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Is Technology Changing the Dynamic of Quality Family Time?
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM blogger Michele McGraw. Technology may be changing what we do when we are together as a family, but it is not changing why we need quality family time. When I was a kid, family...
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Top 5 Back-to-School Resolutions for Moms
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM blogger Nicole Feliciano. Below is a list of the “Top 5 Back-to-School Resolutions” every mom needs to know. Do any of these make your list? 1.) Vow to make lunches the night before. At...
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The Balance of a Hard Working Mom
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM blogger Beth Anne Ballance. I wish life were slower. Smoother. Less complicated and less absurdly rushed, torn between home and the office. My momAgenda planner is organized chaos of client appointments and pediatrician visits,...
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Because Everything Takes MUCH Longer When You Involve Kids
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM blogger Jill Krause. The holiday season is quickly approaching. In just a week we’ll be decorating our house in ghastly décor and gearing up for a ghoulish Halloween. Then, just after that, we’ll be...
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Honey, Please Do...
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM blogger Kim-Marie Evans.   As the busy mom of four even busier kids, I’ve had many fights with my husband about who works harder. He thinks that working on Wall Street is much more...
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3 Secrets to Entertaining Kids on Short Notice
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM member Toni Patton. I am all about planning ahead whether it’s for school happenings, sports practice, or whatever life throws my way. Even when it comes to entertaining, I like to try and pencil...
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Managing Back-to-School Activities, Sports, Homework & Motherhood
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM blogger Kris Cain. Life is busy. This is especially true if you have children. In the beginning, it is pretty easy. Your children are small and cute but as they get older, they go...
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Finding "Me" Time Each Day Keeps Me Organized
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM blogger Michele McGraw. We all know the saying, “If momma ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy.” As Moms, we are the pulse of the home. Our moods affect each member of the family and I’ve...
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Quick & Easy Planned Meals for Moms on the Go
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM member Toni Patton. I am busy both at home during school hours and after school when I kick it into high gear with the homework, practices, dinner, bedtime and all that jazz. Sometimes dinner...
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If I Have a Little Girl
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM blogger Beth Anne Ballance. I’m kind of a pop-culture nerd, especially when it comes to things that should be so ten years beyond me. Twilight? Yes, please. Harry Potter? Counting down the days until...
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Being a Mom Does NOT Have to Mean Being Unfashionable
The following is a guest post from momAgendaCOMM member Toni Patton. One of the first things people assume when you become a mom is “Oh, there goes her style.” After all we are chasing kids, cleaning up messes, cooking dinner and some...
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