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Broward Mom Collective is passionate about connecting Moms and the community in Broward County and its surrounding cities. We are a central place to find fun information, resources, local happenings, and more! A guest contributor contributes articles, sharing their voice and experiences, on a one-time or quarterly basis. It is a great way to be inclusive, have others share, and bring valuable content to our readers.

How To Stay Incredibly Organized While Traveling With Kids This Holiday

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Traveling with kids can be a lot of fun, but it can also be a lot of work. If you’re not careful, it’s easy to let the little things slip through the cracks and...

Canna Moms Are Good Moms Too

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Hi, I'm your neighborhood Canna Mom...…. I'm behind you in the car line, at preschool pick up, grocery store, and the park. My definition of a Canna Mom is a mom who partakes in the...
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How To Deal With Mom Guilt

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It was an ordinary night. I came home from a ten-hour workday with crazy pressure. I was exhausted from work and needed some peaceful, loving, and relaxing time. As soon as I opened the door,...
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How To Have More Fun As A Mom In 2022

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When was the last time you had fun? How about genuine fun with your kids? If you have to think hard, you are not alone. We all want to have fun and be more...

Top 5 Self-Care Ideas When You’re On A Budget

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When you hear the phrase "self care," what immediately pops into your head? If you said bubble baths, massages at Hand and Stone Spa, and relaxing lunch dates with your girlfriends at S3, you aren't wrong...

9 Strategies On Surviving Not-So Terrible Twos

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"9 Strategies on surviving not so terrible twos" Having a child is one of the most magical, precious, scary and intense experiences a person can have. No one can prepare you for what’s to come:...

Gaining Her Trust Until Eternity 

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She is sleeping next to me. She is going to be three this month. Time is just flying; it was not long ago when the nurse handed her over to me. She was a tiny...