5 Tips To Looking Fab

Do you wake up in the morning dreading getting dressed? Do you feel rundown and a bit flabbier than usual? Do you live in sweat pants or the dreaded mom jeans? Does your hair desperately need a root touch up and your nails crave a date with your local manicurist? You don’t have to live like this anymore! 

Here are 5 tips to looking and feeling fab. These are easy fixes and things that every mom can do. These easy tips will make you feel beautiful and confident when you step out the door. 

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Great Gifts For Momtographer

From smartphones to fancy digital SLRs and everything in between, moms are snapping pictures everywhere you look. Whether she shoots candid shots of her own perfect kiddos or she is a professional photographer, we all know a momtographer who is obsessed with all things photography. In fact, kids now are the most photographed generation to date and that’s because of all the fabulous momtographers out there. There is so much more to this art than a camera and a lens. Because of our passion for excellent photography, we have pulled together a collection of the best gifts for momtographers or even just the photographers in your life this year.

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Gifts for the Fashionistas

Some may say that a fashionista is hard to shop for because of her specific tastes that may change with the latest trends. However, if you have a woman in your life who is passionate about fashion, you should be able to give her a gift to add to her fabulous wardrobe that she will adore. Shopping for the fashionista doesn’t have to be hard this year. We have ideas to have her looking her best and on trend from head to toe. You can never go wrong with gifting a beautiful woman something to make her feel even more beautiful.

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Shine Bright this Holiday Season with Melody Lane

With holiday parties right around the corner, chances are you’re on the hunt for that perfect dress. Whether you need a modest gown for the office party, a dress that allows you to discreetly nurse your new baby, an outfit that screams glamour and a night out on the town, or simply something that will accommodate your growing baby bump, Melody Lane has a holiday dress option for any life stage you are in.

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The 411 on GMO’s and Kids

Much of the food we eat today is laced with high risk food ingredients. GMO’s are no stranger to most of society’s diets, yet it seems the real risks associated with consuming GMO’s are unknown to many of those who consume them. 

Today we discuss everything you need to know about GMO’s including what to avoid and how to minimize the dangerous exposure of GMO’s on our children. 

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Man Up for Movember

Ladies, are you wondering why your man has developed a scratchy face or a silly mustahce? Men, are you looking for a good reason to stop shaving or get that beard going to keep your face warm this winter? Fear not! Movember is here! What is Movember you ask? Movember is a men’s health awareness movement that takes place in November and yes, it involves facial hair and lots of it.

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5 Ways to Beat Winter

Winter is coming in most parts of the country and for the majority of people it is a very depressing time of the year. Many people think that winter blues are normal, but Seasonal Affective Disorder is a major depressive syndrome with clinical manifestations. Don’t let the winter blues get you down by following these tips. 

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10 ways to avoid the Dad Bod

The Dad Bod is all the rage! You haven’t heard about it yet? Well Dad, it’s time to jump on the bandwagon, stop going to the gym and start hitting the 12oz curls. After all, your wife will love the way your new body moves to support her head during movie night. Watch the spare tire gently begin to roll in as you voluntarily let the chisel fall off. Burp.

Until it dawned on you that being unhealthy isn’t your cup of tea. Admit it, you kinda like the idea of walking up to school to pick up your daughter when a few of the teachers and even your daughter’s friends stop and giggle as the Fit Dad walks by. Perhaps you just like the idea of doing everything in your power to not just be alive, but able to physically run and play with your grandchildren. The Dad Bod just isn’t in your lexicon, but how do you stay trim and present for the family?

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Road Tripping: Healthy Food for a Long Ride

With the holidays upon us and the oh so yummy foods piling pounds onto our midsection, the last thing the millions – nearly 90 million — of us traveling by car this season need is the extra weight of a double cheeseburger and a large fry… or two. Add to that the cost of gas and feeding the entire family, and your entire holiday trip to see grandma has now busted your holiday budget. Preparing ahead of time with a cooler full of healthy alternatives, store-bought in bulk, will not only save you money and time while on the road, but also a great deal of unnecessary calories.

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Can The Physically Disabled Drive?

This is a sponsored post written by Daily Mom on behalf of National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association for IZEA. All opinions and story are 100% of Daily Mom.

When your kid sees someone in a wheelchair and wants an explanation, are you stumped on what to say? We can help! Read How to Explain Visual Differences to Kids.

Absolutely! Most teenagers cannot wait until they are old enough to drive. It is considered a rite of passage. It brings a new sense of independence and freedom. Parents, on one hand, look forward to their child driving to help ease the burden of the parental carpool. But on the other hand, it does come with additional gray hairs and worry. Now include a disabled teenager into the mix, who is just as eager to gain independence and freedom as their typical peers and you have twice the concern. Yet it does not have to be that way. People with physical limitations, whether teenagers, veterans, stroke victims, or the elderly, can still learn how to successfully drive and operate a car with a little homework and utilizing the right resources.

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Pretty in Pink: Shopping for Awareness

In 2015, an estimated 231,840 women in the United States will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer. Sadly, it is also estimated that 40,290 women will lose their lives to breast cancer. October is set aside as Breast Cancer Awareness month. The whole country goes pink to spread the word and raise money to help those who are already sick and to increase research to save more lives. One way to help give a little to this cause that hits so close to home is to shop for brands that have pledged to donate all or some of the proceeds from certain items to breast cancer causes. We have put together a few amazing brands that are doing just that. These products are incredible and if you buy them this month, they will leave you feeling pretty in pink, knowing your money has gone to help save the lives of women today and women in the future.

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Functional and Fashionable Transition Wear by Mamaglo

Your wish has finally come true. You’re pregnant! As you might have expected, your body is already going through some rather big changes. Because of these changes associated with pregnancy, your favorite skinny jeans or leggings have now begun to feel a bit snug. Fortunately for you, Mamaglo offers transitional clothing designed for different stages of pregnancy and motherhood. 

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