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As you know, I am working with The Motherhood as a correspondent for Kellogg's and Mom's Homeroom to bring you an exciting new website made for you, mom's, for advice on a wide array of topics. Today I am excited to say they have officially launched the new episodes and I can't tell you enough how important I feel they are to gain knowledge and insight in to helping you get your kids ready for school.

Mom's Homeroom Launch

With this weeks focus on Back To School and getting your children ready with things like getting their schedules back on track, where to find deals on school supplies and everything in between you are sure to get some really helpful information. And even though I homeschool my kids I too, am gearing up for the next year with a 5th and 11th grader and some of these tips are very much needed here.

You can get more information by reading some of my past posts here:


Check back a little later next week when I bring you our interview with Claire as well as as some more behind the scenes pictures. As always check out Mom's Homeroom and tune in for a special treat for myself, a live chat with myself and Renee from Cutie Booty Cakes on The Motherhood. I hope you can all join me on Thursday August 6th at 1pm EST where we will share tips and talk about how it was to be behind the scenes at the show taping. Mark your calendars :) Would love to see you all there!

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