Author Archive | Heather Koontz


BODYARMOR: Superior Hydration for Superior Moms

*Disclaimer: This product was received for free, but all opinions are my own! When I was asked to try BODYARMOR SuperDrink™, I was intermediately excited. I, like a lot of others, tend to go back and forth when it comes to “healthy living” phases, and I’m currently in the “let’s try this again” segment of […]

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9 Common Misconceptions About Oklahoma

There are a lot of misconceptions about Oklahoma. When I visit other states or talk to those who aren’t from around here, they always seem to have their own unique versions of what goes on here. It’s time to destroy those stereotypes and bring awareness to how awesome this state is. My hope is that […]

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Why I’m Putting a Teal Pumpkin On My Porch

According to Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE), 1 in 13 children has food allergies. These allergies can range from peanuts to dairy, and can cause mild to severe reactions. Just a month ago, I didn’t know that statistic. I had no reason to know it, and I never searched it out. I also didn’t […]

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No One Told Me THIS Could Cause Mastitis

When it comes to breastfeeding, there’s a lot of information thrown at you. Techniques, tips, rules, cautions, support, judgment, you name it. It’s a flurry of emotions. This complete overload of information and anxiety meant that, when my breastfeeding journey came to an end, I wasn’t prepared for the one thing they didn’t tell me about—mastitis. […]

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PokeMOM Go!

It’s hard to go anywhere without hearing talk of the newest trend sweeping the nation—Pokemon Go. But, have you heard of the craze that’s been around for centuries? It’s more difficult than the new game, though the rewards are far greater (well, on most days). It’s called PokeMOM Go, and it’s been around since the […]

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A Dreamy DIY Atrium

I’ve always loved a good DIY project. I’m crafty. I’m creative. I like to get my hands dirty. So, when we recently moved into a quirky 1970s home, I knew I was going to have fun fixing it up. One of my favorite things about my home is the atrium. It’s a rare feature, and […]

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The Day the House Burned

My mom hardly ever calls me during the workday. We’re both busy working, and most discussions can usually wait until we’re home. So, when I got out of an afternoon meeting to find three missed calls and two voicemails from my mother, I knew it was something big. I tried to reason with myself. It […]

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