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Motherhood

5 Tips For Mom Surviving Cold Season

Well, it happened.  Our first household cold of the season.  Madelyn is back at school and so the family gets sick.  Sound familiar?  Of course it’s tough on all the little ones with their runny noses, hacking coughs, and tired little faces.  It’s also tough on the head nurse in charge, and in this house that would be me. When I am in high demand with three littles all needing their Mommy, I do my best to share extra snuggles…

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Style

Clothes That Make You Happy

I say all the time, that I love good comfortable clothes.  On the makeover shows of yesteryear, we were always told that comfort was a bad word and fashion faux pas.  In my younger years, I definitely sacrificed comfort for style.  I used to wear heals to work, for crying out loud….and I worked in retail!!!!!   It it’s a bit uncomfortable I must look good, right?  Wrong!  Not anymore. When I am comfortable in every way with what I…

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Motherhood

Finding Joy As A Stay At Home Mom

When I was a mom to one, life definitely changed, but I still had a separate identity.  I was a part time blogger, an entrepreneur, and freelance stylist and writer.  While I was always working on finding that balance, and admittedly struggled with it at times, I was still able to pursue my passions.  Then when we decided to have one more and got the “you’re having twins” news, life changed immediately.  I made the decision to close my business…

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Five Ways To Transition Your LBD to Fall

  Just as we master our mom uniform for Summer, we are now transitioning into Fall and scouring our closets for our next go to look.  We all want an outfit that is easy, quick, but stylish.  A staple Summer item for many of us is a classic little black dress.  The LBD is not just for cocktail parties anymore.  Simple and casual versions are so easy for day to day life.  If you have a favourite lightweight one you…

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Nice To Meet You

I figured since some of you may be new to my site and with the site rebrand, I should properly introduce myself to you all.  My name is Jennifer Pistor  {last name is pronounced “Peace-tore” not pister}.   I am 37 years old and live in New Westminster, British Columbia with my husband and three littles.  My oldest is Madelyn and she will be four years old this November.  My youngest two, Lily and Sabrina, are twins.  They will be…

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