Tasheena Ticer

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Tasheena is a California native who moved to Columbia in 2018. She married her college sweetheart in 2013 and they’re raising two strong-minded daughters, ages seven and five. Tasheena has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education with a minor degree in Child and Family Science. After working as a kindergarten teacher, she transitioned to life as a stay-at-home mom when her second daughter was born. When she isn’t compulsively decluttering and obsessively meal planning, Tasheena enjoys yoga, reading, living room dance parties, and creating content about motherhood on her blog, TheCinnamonMom.com. She is passionate about helping moms spend meaningful time with family, raise empathetic children, and live more mindfully.

5 Yummy Ways to Celebrate National Peanut Butter Day

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National Peanut Butter Day is January 24, and I can honestly say that I’m looking forward to celebrating with my family! Whether you’re Team Creamy or Team Crunchy, there’s no denying the versatility and...

3 Simple Ways to Be a More Content Mom in 2023

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As we venture into a new year, I feel like it's a great time to reevaluate my parenting practices and goals. I wouldn't say that I was unhappy throughout 2022, but there are constantly...

Mom Must-Haves :: 20 Gift Ideas for Every Type of Mom

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If you've got some special ladies in your life but you're stuck on what to get them, here are 20 ideas to show your love and appreciation. Whether it's your best mom friend, mother-in-law,...

The Realities of Being a Vegetarian Family

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I stopped preparing meat for my family in February 2020. After months of research and contemplation of the impact it could have on our health, finances, morals, and the environment, my husband and I...

A Day in the Life of a Stay-At-Home Mom (Whose Kids Are in School)

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I have been a stay-at-home mom for the last five and half years, and I’ve just reached a huge milestone: both of my kids are in school! I always told myself I would return...

5 Things I Will Never Do as a Parent, as a Result of Being...

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There’s a TikTok trend making the rounds right now where professionals from all different occupations share what they would or wouldn’t do based on the experiences they have had in their careers. For instance,...

What a Teacher Mom Wants You to Know About Shopping for School Supplies

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Back to school is my favorite time of year! When I was a kindergarten teacher, I loved setting up my classroom in anticipation of an eager new group of students. Now that I’m the...

6 Non-Academic Ways I’m Preparing My Child for Kindergarten

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I can't believe that my oldest daughter is turning five soon! Seriously, how is time passing so fast? I just submitted her first set of kindergarten paperwork and reality is hitting hard. We may be...

4 Myths About Gentle Parenting

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While you’ve probably heard the term “gentle parenting” much more in recent years, there are countless misconceptions about what this parenting approach entails. It goes by several names (including conscious parenting, respectful parenting, peaceful...

No Gifts, Please :: Why We Ask Guests Not to Bring Presents to Our...

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We just celebrated our daughter’s seventh birthday with a fun party at our home. It was filled with balloons, cupcakes, and a dozen kids running around our backyard on a beautiful Saturday afternoon. It...

Raising Butterflies With Your Kids Is Easy and Fun!

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One of our favorite spring activities is raising painted lady butterflies! It’s a tradition that I started years ago as a kindergarten teacher, and continued with my children when I became a stay-at-home mom....

Celebrating Earth Day :: 7 Reusable Swaps for Your Family to Try

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Earth Day is April 22, meaning it's the perfect time to reevaluate how you're contributing to a healthier, happier planet! One way my family is helping the earth is by consciously reducing the amount of...

Spring Bucket List :: 15 Must-Do Activities + Free Printable

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Spring has arrived and my family is overjoyed! Even though we're plagued by seasonal allergies, there's something exciting about the weather warming up and having new plans to look forward to. With a little...

How I Make Time to Read as a Mom

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Ever since I was was old enough to hold a book, reading has been one of my favorite hobbies! Throughout my childhood, if someone in my house was looking for me, I could usually...