Mamahood Advice from Megan of Figuring Out Home

10469369_10152748865405185_4721879192528793899_nPostpartum Planning in the Triangle and Beyond:

First, don’t stop reading this because you think it can’t or won’t apply to you. Postpartum mood disorders affect at least fifteen percent of all pregnant women; that’s one in seven. And that number is probably low since the medical establishment seems to not screen the majority of postpartum mothers for depression/anxiety. Someone you know has suffered or is suffering, and we need to work at this together. Because the health of our moms is important, and their health directly affects their children.

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Weekly Rustlings

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Hey y’all, Happy Unofficial Start of Summer, aka Memorial Day Weekend! I hope you all have founds ways to enjoy the outdoors, a place to put your feet up and relax, but most of all a way to show your gratitude and appreciation for the men and women that serve our country and protect our freedom (the reason for the season).

This time of year is when I start planning out all of the great ways to have fun in Raleigh over the next few months. Some of my favorite things are movies, concerts, and often times free. Here are a couple of ways to fill your time this summer in and about Raleigh:

  1. PNC Downtown Movie Series [FREE]
  2. Midtown Beach Music SeriesĀ [FREE]
  3. WakeMed Movies by Moonlight [FREE for kids under 12, $5 for others]
  4. Raleigh Road Outdoor Theater [$7 Adults, $5 Kids]

What will you be doing this summer? xoxo ‘n lols, crystal

ClassPass Raleigh Review

HELLO-RALEIGH-600x600I was lucky enough to get contacted a few months ago by ClassPass asking if I’d be interested in a free one-month membership to try and review. At the time I was mega-pregnant and they were awesome enough to work with me so I could chose my month and not miss out. I chose April so a few days before the first of the month I hopped on to ClassPass and roamed around. Here’s what I found out…

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