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Liz Ewing

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Liz lives in West Wichita with her husband, Shane, and their two kiddos, Brynn (October '15) and Beckett (December '17). Liz loves her job as a Kindergarten teacher in the same district she grew up attending as a child herself. When she is not chasing after small children, Liz enjoys her coffee black (bonus points if it's still warm!), her wine red, attending church with her family, long lunches to catch up with her girlfriends, and exploring new restaurants and ice cream spots with her hubby on date nights.
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I’m Obsessed With Peloton (And Don’t Own Any of the Fancy Equipment!)

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I recently realized I needed a boost in my exercise routine.  As a working mom, I just don’t have time to get to the gym.  I’ve done popular streaming workouts in my basement for...
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Hey, Teacher Moms? You’re Doing Great. Keep Going.

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Hey Teacher Moms, I see you over there, using every ounce of energy you can possibly find to get through these last few weeks of school.  I know you’re exhausted and excited and overwhelmed and...

Can You Unplug for One Day? 50 Things to Do As A Family That...

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The National Day of Unplugging is on March 4 this year, and is a day designated for taking a break from all things technology.  I'll be the first to admit that over the past...
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6 Easy Easter Activities for Kids (And You Probably Have All The Materials At...

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If you're looking for fun & educational Easter activities for kids, I’m sharing some tried-and-true favorites from my Kindergarten classroom, and you probably already have most of the materials at home!  Every activity below can...

20 Fun & Easy Elf on the Shelf Ideas for Christmas 2021

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Is your family Elf on the Shelf back to visit this year?  Does your elf need a little inspiration for creative spots to perch around your house?  Lucky for him/her, local Wichita moms have...

Back to School, Back to…Normal? 3 Things I Hope Won’t Change This Year

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**This article was written in July 2021. We are fully aware that Covid is not over, and our community still needs to take precautions. At the time of publishing, the author's state & local...

5 Amazon Finds for a Fun Summer With Your New Baby

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Summer is always my favorite time of year: long days, time outdoors, and lots of sunshine!  We will be spending this summer with our new baby, and I know we can still have fun...

To All The Nurses Who Helped Me Become a Mom

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When I first found out I was pregnant, I couldn’t wait to share in this time with my friends. We shared pregnancy symptoms, funny (and sometimes interesting) stories we had as our bellies grew,...

Is Your Child Ready for Kindergarten? What a Teacher Wants You to Consider Before...

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Spring is here and for parents of incoming Kindergarten students that means it’s time for Kindergarten Round Up and enrolling your child for their first official year in school. It’s an exciting time filled...

Normalize Normal Homes: Loving My Non-Insta-Worthy House

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There I was, another night at home in 2020, scrolling mindlessly through Instagram. I had just followed along in the stories of two of my favorite influencers as they gave updates to the brand...

In Charge of Thanksgiving Dinner for the First Time? Here’s What You Need to...

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The author highly encourages small, limited holiday gatherings but still desires for families to be able to make Thanksgiving special! Do you suddenly find yourself in charge of Thanksgiving dinner for the first time? Shake...

To My Dear Pandemic Baby…

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To my dear sweet baby, born in a global pandemic, Back when we found out you were joining us in our otherwise panicked world, we walked an unexpected line, trying to find the right way...

To Have and to Hold Through a Pandemic: A Love Letter to My...

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To have and to hold, for better or for worse, in sickness and in health… and a global pandemic?! I have to admit that when we stood there and said our vows all those years ago...

Early Morning Workouts Saved My Sanity (And Why You Might Want to Try Them...

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Exercising has always been important to me. In high school I was involved in sports and weightlifting, and throughout college I loved the accountability I had with my sorority sisters to go to our...