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Carissa Graves

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A perfect day for Carissa Graves begins quite simply. For her, it’s all about sleeping in before having a cup of coffee and time to read the newspaper while still in bed. After that? It’s time to get moving and head outdoors with her family. As a mom... Read full article

New Year, New You

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Reconnecting after the holidays.... Read full article

Free Breakfast for Local Vets

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With so many Veterans Day events cancelled due to COVID-19, all Baton Rouge Wendy’s locations are celebrating local vets by offering them free breakfast from 6:30-10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, November 11.... Read full article

The One Word You Must Teach Your Toddler

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You’ve likely been there before. While playing with your busy toddler in your yard, his excitement gets the best of him and off he goes! He’s quickly running toward the street and you’re chasing him after him as fast as you can, which only leads him ... Read full article

Lori Heroman

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Meet Mom Next Door.... Read full article



And Then There Was One

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Dropping A Nap Without Drama ... Read full article

Secrets for a "Sort of" Organized Home

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Keeping a perfectly organized house can be a challenge with small children, but you can easily have a "sort of" organized home.... Read full article

PTSD Awareness Month

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June offers an opportunity to teach the public about PTSD and effective treatments, which allows family and friends of those who experience a trauma to recognize symptoms and help them find adequate care.... Read full article

9 BIGGEST Health myths for young mom’s uncovered

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There are numerous myths surrounding young women and health, some with semblances of truth and others that are just not even close. ... Read full article

Have You Had A COVID Test Yet? Here’s How it Went for Me

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The meme about Schrodinger’s virus speaks to me. We don’t know if we have COVID-19 at any given time, but we have to act as if we do while interacting with others to keep them safe. And we have to act as if we don’t have COVID-19 to remember to take ... Read full article

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