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Author Archive | Amy Williams


My Husband is Not the Love of My Life

The funny thing is the more I learn to love and trust God, the better that I am able to love my husband, the more I appreciate my husband, and the closer we become. If you want to grow closer to your spouse, grow closer to God!  Ladies, can’t figure out your role in marriage? […]

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Comparison and Competition: The Game of No Winners

  “I am not interested in competing with anyone, I hope we all make it.” – Erica Cook   I recently read that quote and it really resonated with me.  Often times, women get too caught up in being competitive and not supporting one another.  Why are we, as women, so quick to compare ourselves to […]

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Dealing with Tragedy

My husband Preston is a great skier and grew up skiing from the time he was four years old. He spent many Christmas holidays and spring break vacations with his family in the mountains of Colorado.  It was a tradition that we decided to carry on with our kids and a sport that the family […]

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10 Tips to Beat the Winter Blues

Seasonal depression is real, y’all.  While I am no medical professional, I do have some tips that have helped me cope with the ‘winter blues’ over the last few years. Some of these may be hard to do when you can barely pull yourself out of bed at 3 pm to pick up the kids […]

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Evolution of the Mom Purse

I am not a huge purse collector, but I have always carried a purse.  I know some women trade out their purses with each season and some with every outfit, but I usually find a favorite and carry it for years.  When I recently switched from my large Louis Vuitton handbag to a little black […]

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Moms who Cuss a Little

I like to consider myself a ‘good mom’ according to my own set of standards.  Some days, I excel at being a great mother.  I ensure my kids are well fed, bathed, and carpooled to activities that entertain, educate and develop them into well rounded little human beings.  We have family game nights and laugh […]

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Home Renovation Tips & Tricks

My husband and I bought our dream home right outside the city three  years ago – a tudor style house with 6 bedrooms, 3 baths, a huge backyard and pool.  Sounds, amazing, right?  We joke that it is a mansion, straight out of 1986!  The dark floral wallpaper, forest green carpet and mauve pink tub that […]

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Party on A Budget Tips

Tips & Tricks to Hosting a {Fun} Party on a Budget

Whether you are planning a holiday get together, kid’s birthday party or a summer shindig, life is worth celebrating and any reason is a perfect reason to throw a party.  You don’t have to break the bank to entertain your friends and family, because people are the heart of any great party.  You do need to […]

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