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Author Archives: Beth Montgomery

Self-Love: A single parent’s approach

Our internal world shapes how we view the outer world. This is not a new concept and I’ve heard it in many variations through multiple sources. And I get it. The way I perceive the happenings around me has a direct correlation to how I’m feeling inside.  

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How I handle a messy home as a single parent

I can’t be the only one who struggles to keep up with a clean home. With work, kids work/social schedule, and taking time for self, busy is an understatement. I don’t know about you, but cleaning after all the adulting responsibilities is the last thing I want to do.   The pandemic has kept us homebound most of the past year so ...

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Being sober in a “Wine-Mom” culture: A year later

I had always admired those women who have led the sober movement. As of today, I’ve officially surpassed a year sober. Yea, a FULL year. Wow. When I wrote that piece in August 2020, I have to be honest: I didn’t think I was going to make it. I had a lot of doubts and emotions and getting to 34 ...

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