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Author Archive | Vanessa Bush
My go-to strategy for getting electronic equipment that’s not working properly to work again is unplugging it and then plugging it back in. And guess what? It almost always does the trick! (Just call me a technological genius.) I think our bodies and our psyches work just about the same way. We at Albuquerque Moms […]
This post is brought to you by Mariposa Cleaning Services. We at Albuquerque Moms Blog choose to work with businesses we feel bring value to our readers.A few weeks ago, Thanksgiving was looming large on my calendar. I had done zero preparation. My husband’s entire family was flying in from Florida for Thanksgiving week. Not […]
It’s New Mexico. We enjoy tacos every day all day. So I think we should be able to enjoy a margarita year round too! Just because it’s a little chilly out doesn’t mean we need to hide the tequila. (But, of course, drink responsibly, mamas.) So here’s a recipe for Holiday Margaritas that puts a […]
In 2012, an initiative began that started a worldwide movement . . . Giving Tuesday! The organizers of #GivingTuesday decided to harness the power of social media and the desire most of us have to do good. Hey, look at that! Something good can come from social media! Giving Tuesday is the Tuesday that follows […]
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Unpopular opinions are just that . . . opinions. They are ideas that contradict the status quo. And this week, ABQ Moms Blog has a few unpopular opinions that we need to get off our chest. And we want to know if you agree or disagree and WHY. Do you have any unpopular opinions? We […]
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Hispanic Heritage Month is September 15-October 15. Albuquerque has many activities and events associated with this month. Check them out here. I am not Hispanic, but my children are Latinos. I want them to celebrate who they are and where they come from. Their heritage is part of them, and they should know about it. […]