Antonia Montoya, MS, CHES is a certified Positive Discipline facilitator. Her Gratefully Parenting classes help parents feel more connected with their children and facilitate them becoming loving confident fulfilled independent compassionate adults. All while helping parents feel calm, confident, energized, and grateful. Antonia has over […]
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In Hold the Line, you’ll find Self-Care Breaks because a key part of advocating for change is being well enough to do so. We asked our Facebook group members for their favorite self-care practices–––here’s what they had to say: “You mean, besides primordial screaming? How […]
The nice moms over at Mamalode gave me the pleasure of doing a little Instagram Takeover this week.
Stop on over, like my posts, and check out the others as well!
The aftermath of the late nap, a cranky kiddo who only wants muffins for dinner. I love that he’s still small enough to snuggle so close, even if I am working on paper graphics when he asks for those snuggles. Soon, we’ll get ready for bedtime with some of our favorite books that feature diverse characters that defy gender norms. Good bedtime reading. 😊 The kids’ day will soon be done. But, after a long day of cooking, cleaning, homeschooling, self-caring (including having coffee with a @harastudio, highlight of my week), and writing, there’s still more to come for me. Making a magazine is hard work! I will be up for a few hours editing, talking with writers, and working on layout. It’s incredible to see this labor of love come together and I’m so thankful for the ability to split my day between lots of people (and things) I love. #dayinthelifeofmamalode @weholdtheline @penguinkids @abramskids
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The debut issue of HTL is almost here! I am excited to tell you that we have writers and contributors from all across the country! Here is a sneak preview of what you’ll find in the first issue: Never before seen essays from talented writers […]
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