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2014 Weekly Challenge #6: What's YOUR Excuse?

2014 Weekly Challenge #6: What's YOUR Excuse?

2014 Weekly Challenge #6: What's YOUR Excuse?

This week is about excuses.

We all have them...the voices in our heads that come up with amazing reasons not to work out,  to procrastinate on a project, or to avoid someone we promised to spend time with. These voices are excuses, and we really all do have them and heed them more than we should.

How are your excuses preventing you from living your best life?  How do your excuses steal your Mojo?

If you are having a hard time getting motivated, or staying motivated, take a look at why. What are YOUR excuses and why are you sabotaging yourself?

The Early Bird Gets Cute Hair

The Early Bird Gets Cute Hair

Momservation: Do not underestimate the power of cute hair.

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Next month my baby girl is officially a teenager. I’ve agreed to these terms, but it doesn’t mean I have to like it.

Six Second Nation

Six Second Nation

Momservation: Sometimes you have to go with shock and awe to get a good point across.

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It’s come down to this: You have 6 seconds to make an impression.

I guess I better get straight to the point.

Let's Go Fishing for Compliments

Let's Go Fishing for Compliments

Momservation: You can’t spell “selfie” without narcissism.

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I think this generation of youth should be dubbed “The Trawling Generation.” Seriously. In the history of time there has never been such a mass rush of youth eager to take up the profession of fishing.

Winning the Genetic Lottery

Winning the Genetic Lottery

Momservation: If you or your husband’s teeth looked like a bag of fries when you were kids—forget saving for college and start saving for braces.

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I was trying to keep this on the down-low because I didn’t want to rub it in anyone’s faces…but I just can’t contain my good fortune and thrill any longer. So here it is:

Eight Rules for Dating my Teenage Son

Eight Rules for Dating my Teenage Son

Momservation: He may tower over me, call me Mom in the voice of Darth Vader, and have limbs of muscle and hair, but all these mother’s eyes can see is a baby boy.

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Sliding in Under the Wire

Sliding in Under the Wire

Momservation: It’s never too late to water-down your expectations for yourself.

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...I’m going to spend the last day of 2013 doing those things I had meant to do but never got around to—I’m going to slide in under the wire before time expires so I can yell, “Yes! I did it!” instead of “Aww, hell. Not again.”