It’s a challenge for Millennial mothers to accept help because we’ve been programed to think we have to do it all to be good moms. Every mother knows in theory that asking for help saves our sanity and can even be a form of self care. Yet, so many of us (Brittany and Heather included) struggle to ask for and accept help in practice. Brittany and Heather talk with Caitlyn Wallinger, author of Mother Mule, about the importance of asking, receiving, and giving help within our community.
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Over the last few years, I have really gotten back into a good beauty routine and I wanted to share our Ulta beauty favorites. Spending time to find a good skin care routine has been a form of self care, and I’m proud of all I’ve learned and the success I’ve had! Before having kids, I was just starting to…