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One Workout at a Time: Sticking to My Resolutions

It’s April. I’ve stuck to my New Year’s resolution, and I’m still going to the gym. Thanks for checking in! While you’re here, could you compliment my biceps? Don’t they look toned? Am I crazy, or does my hair look stronger to you? It seems stronger. These past few months, I’ve crawled (bear crawled) my […]

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Redo Your Resolutions at Ideal Weight Loss of San Antonio

We are thrilled to have partnered with Owen Chiropractic and Ideal Weight Loss to bring you this sponsored post.Did you make a New Year’s resolution to eat healthier? Maybe you’re like a lot of moms and you were 100% all about and committed to losing weight, but then found yourself losing steam after a few […]

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What You Need to Know About Pediatric Sports Injuries

 ACMB is excited to partner with University Health System to share this sponsored post on orthopedic sports injuries written by Dr. Sekinat McCormick, Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon. A new school year also brings a new season of fall sports. Parents are gearing up for evening practice shuttling, weekends of sideline cheering, and spirited wardrobe upgrades. As much as kids […]

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Summer Safety Tips with University Health System

We are excited to partner with University Health System to share this sponsored post on injury prevention. University Hospital is the premier Level 1 Trauma Center for South and Central Texas, and the only Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center and burn program in the region. This post was provided by Mandy Fultz, Safe Kids Project […]

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#CarbsPorVida!

This is me. I eat. I drink. I’ve had two babies. I’ve had fluff around my midsection since adolescence because of my genes. Oh, and because #CarbsPorVida.  Looking at me, you’d never think I’m overweight (I’m not). However, all kinds of charts and calculations say I am. And my pants. Ladies, how many different pairs […]

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Letting Go So You Can Grow

My children and I recently checked out this book from the San Antonio Library, called Little Tree. It has beautiful illustrations of a tree that is happily growing in a forest but somehow chooses not to let go of its dead leaves when it encounters its first real winter. The little tree sees all the […]

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Therasuit Therapy at University Health System

We are honored to partner with University Health System to share this sponsored post highlighting the work of pediatric physical therapists at the UHS Reeves Rehabilitation Center. At University Health System’s Reeves Rehabilitation Center, an odd-looking suit is helping children learn to move more independently. It’s most appropriate for children with cerebral palsy or developmental delays, but […]

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Reasons to Love Core Physique Studios, Including First Class Free!

Alamo City Moms Blog is excited to partner with Core Physique Studios located in the Quarry Village. Today, contributor and recent mom, Bridget, shares her experience trying Core Physique Studios’ unique workout. Mummy Tummy. Baby Belly. Whatever you like to call it—yep, I’ve got it. This extra padding is something new to me and something […]

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Firing Dr. Google

When you first gaze upon the positive indicator on that pregnancy test, you immediately start thinking about hearing the heartbeat and seeing the sonograms and enduring the excruciating pain of labor  enjoying the wonders of the birth experience. You enlist the support of an outstanding OB-GYN, of course, but in this day and age, anybody who’s […]

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