IDENTITY CRISIS

Have you ever thought about your identity? Who are you and what makes up your identity? Did you have an identity crisis when you became a mother? When I was pregnant I researched pregnancy, birth, breastfeeding just like all newly pregnant first time moms. Family, friends, even strangers were giving words of advice and making […]

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Being A Corporate Mom During Covid-19

First of all, I would like to give a huge thank you to Maria for having me guest write for Confessions of a Corporate Mom. How exciting is it that we have this platform to share our stories, but most importantly, to build this incredible community. Being a corporate mom is tough and trying to […]

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I Started A Business During a Pandemic

Hi, I’m Dalia! I’m a wife to an insanely supportive husband and mom to a sweet 7 year old boy and six weeks ago I started my own business. Yes you read that right. I launched a business smack dab in the middle of a pandemic while simultaneously homeschooling my 1st grader and trying to […]

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Meet Me at the Barre

Eight Weeks. I recently finished the Barre Blend Program I started eight weeks ago as the Coronavirus was starting to settle in and halt our lives as we know them. Aligning this program with a global pandemic was not on my list of intentions for this year but ultimately it did align – very complimentary […]

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Front Porch Memories

One of the bright spots throughout this pandemic has been the growing number of families taking to their front porches to capture pictures of their family. It’s hard not to find several posts a day from friends and family members while scrolling Instagram and Facebook. I’ve loved seeing everyone’s take on the quarantine life; some […]

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This is…38

T•H•I•R•T•Y-E•I•G•H•T Today, January 8th, is my Birthday. Until the past couple of years, I’d never enjoyed celebrating my Birthday. It was just another day to me…one I didn’t really want to acknowledge – and not necessarily because I was getting older, which now is most definitely the case. But, no. As much as I put […]

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