Heather Curtis

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Heather is a Florida girl with New York tendencies. She values honesty and authenticity, while not being a huge fan of small talk and surface-level friendships. As a Certified Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor, you can usually find her exercising and exploring the great outdoors. Her love for everything local truly flourished after moving to Columbia in 2015. Heather maintains a strong interest in community-building while balancing work as a Social Media Strategist and life as a dedicated Wife and Mama (by marriage and by birth). Likes: Coffee shops, travel, reality tv, singing (in and out of the shower), dancing (even when the music stops), sunshine, photos, and advocacy. Dislikes: Cartoons, scary movies, laundry, chain restaurants, disorganization, and gossip

Now Hiring :: Mom

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If motherhood had a job description... Position: Mom, Mother, Mama, Ma A family is seeking a mom to join their fast-paced start-up team in Columbia, SC.  Reporting into societal expectations, the ideal candidate has extensive child...

Meet Me in the Gray

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"Just because a politician talks about something doesn't make it political." When did science and culture become political? When did everything become black and white (and I don't mean racially)? When did medicine and history...

Eat. Sleep. Breastfeed. Repeat.

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Facebook groups and motherhood discussion boards tout "fed is best." And it is. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to eradicate the guilt and shame associated with breastfeeding struggles or the inability to breastfeed. It also doesn’t...

Why I Breastfeed in Public

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Pregnancy is beautiful. Birth is beautiful. Breastfeeding is a beautiful beast. I’m the mama who breastfeeds in public. No cover. No guilt. No embarrassment. But it wasn’t always that way. The first time I had to breastfeed in...

How I’m Learning to Accept My Post-Baby Body

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I weighed 110 pounds pre-pregnancy. My standard dumbbell curl was 20 to 25lbs. I could do eight to ten pull-ups without pause. I could run a mile in under seven minutes. A good day...