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Danielle Breitenstein

Danielle Breitenstein
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Danielle was raised in the small town of Highland Heights KY. With influences from across the river she grew up with a passion for sports, the arts, Ballet, writing, hiking, and nutrition. She now resides in the city of Alexandria KY and looks towards the queen city for many of her resources in raising two well rounded little ones. Her marriage of five years has blessed her with a little girl (4 years old) and a little boy (3 years old). She is currently a stay at home mother and aspires to start her own business when they reach school age. For now she works hard on their preschool curriculum and the family's health.

Should I Have a Kid? {From a Financial Perspective}

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I have no clue why, but when I think about things, it's always in a very scientific method way. There are many different variables that go into each life choice, but if you make...

Fun Ideas for Staying In This Mother’s Day

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Holiday plans don't always go "as planned" and so we are here to help support you through sickness and health in having a Happy Mother's Day. Whether you're quarantined in or home by choice,...

Making “Mother’s Day In” Matter

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My kids are close in age, 14 months apart. Early on, I got sick of spending every Mother's Day jumping from house to house with my kids in tow. It feels as if Mother's...

The 3 Phrases After a Sexual Assault That Need to Stop

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Trigger Warning - Content in the post is related to the topic of sexual assault and may be a trigger for some. Slowly a light has brought forth the injustice that was once hidden; sexual...

Marriages are Like a Good Pair of Pants

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Marriage is hard, you all. We all know this and when we are in our darkest thoughts about it, you don't need some self-righteous person approaching you with their generalized opinion on what you...

Raising Respectful Children in a Divided Nation

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As a mother raising two children in this political environment, there is propaganda everywhere attempting to form our opinions and sway our view towards one idea or another. As situations with local students arise,...

Life Lessons from Thumbelina

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In a world full of agenda-pushing and "dos and don'ts," it is incredibly hard to find a movie that is a great influence on your little one. Yes, an animated film may not change...

Counting Calories Isn’t Just About the Weight Loss

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All my life, I've had a slightly unhealthy relationship with food. It wasn't the quality, but yet the quantity and the calories. I have always been the pro-healthy food type of person; introducing...

Cards Matter

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Growing up, I have always been taught the value of my words. My mother, having lost hers at a young age, showed me in the importance of always saying what you mean before it's...

How to Raise a Child who is an Empath

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Empathy is important, but to some, it is a natural gift. To those who have this gift, they are labeled an empath; a person in which is overly sensitive to their environment and those that...