Fall skincare and beauty feels like a fresh start for our faces. With the kids back in school, you have more than 30 seconds to get back into a skincare routine...and maybe even put on some makeup! But where to start? We asked Kari Molvar, a mom of two girls...
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Our October Book Club pick is The Husbands, by Chandler Baker. This smart sophomore novel has been referred to as a feminist twist on the Stepford Wives. The story revolves around a woman balancing career and family and the Dynasty Ranch development, where husbands...
These Maple Pumpkin Pecan Muffins are full of Fall flavor. Bake up a batch on the weekend to serve all week long as a grab-and-go breakfast! Thank you to our food contributor Kathleen Ashmore for sharing. Go to kathleenashmore.com to find all her recipes or...
This week’s Meet a Mom interview is with Leah “Elle” Reed, owner of Pikopye’s Town! Read more information below about her experience as a first-time business owner, challenges she faced along the way, favorite things about Austin, and her fascinating background in...
It’s the season of ghosts and goblins and we are thrilled to share our list of brand-new picture books along with some timeless favorites that are perfect for getting children excited for Halloween! Thanks to Rosemary D’Urso of Library Mom for this awesome list — we hope you enjoy these spooktacular booooooks as much as we do!
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Rockets of Awesome offers a convenient way to update your kid’s wardrobe with good quality, affordable pieces!
How do you feel when you walk into your home? Are you happy and energized, or are you anxious because you see clutter on shelves and countertops? If your space is feeling a bit disorderly, one of the best ways to give it a refresh is to get rid of visual clutter.
Rebecca Maidansky is a pelvic floor physical therapist and the owner of Lady Bird Physical Therapy, a clinic in Austin, TX that specializes in helping people manage pregnancy pains, prepare for birth and recover postpartum. Read her guest blog post: “3 Ways to Prepare Your Pelvic Floor and Body for Birth”
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Happy Fall, y'all! We love this time of year! Pumpkin patches, hay rides, corn mazes, and more -- we've collected all of the local events happening this season. Keep scrolling for details like dates, times, location, pricing, and links. Hope to see you around town,...
The Doctors at River City Wellness have been making such a difference in our lives that we had to introduce them to you!
Cheers to the weekend with this Grilled Peach & Bourbon Smash cocktail from Camp Cocktails : Easy, Fun, and Delicious Drinks for the Great Outdoors. Mixologist, author, and mom of two Emily Vikre says she created this to go with her family’s favorite BBQ food—ribs. Read the full recipe here!
Looking for fall mini sessions or family photographs? These are our favorite photographers gathered in one easy-to-use resource! Click here to see some of Austin’s BEST fall photographers!
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South Austin Moms has put together an essential list of providers for new mothers to use while searching for all things related to having a baby. We’ve listed our favorite doctors, chiropractors, OBGYNs, doulas, baby boutiques, massage therapists, and more! Our guide has everything new moms need to feel confident in this exciting time!
As we head into Fall, many of us are signing our kids up for Fall sports—and reminiscing about our own childhood sports careers. What we should be doing? Signing ourselves up, too. Experts say sports aren’t just for kids, and moms especially should stay in the game to have a happier, healthier life. For whatever reason, dads are more likely to keep up with their favorite form of competitive exercise, from tennis to golf—so let’s try to join them if we can. Here are 5 reasons why we should all be staying in the game.
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These Portobello Mushroom Pizzas are a kid-friendly choice for meatless Monday, and a great way to get kids to eat more veggies any day of the week. Experts say that putting new ingredients into familiar shapes or dishes (for instance, making mushrooms the base for “pizza”) can help even the pickiest eaters try something the first time. Worth a try, right?! Thanks to our food contributor Kathleen Ashmore of Cat with a K Cooks for sharing this recipe!