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Rebeca Velazquez

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This Mississippian and Southern Belle recently moved to Mid-Michigan with her husband Matt. They welcomed their first heavenly and saintly baby girl, Lynn Sofia, in May 2020. Rebeca is a degreed bilingual meteorologist and is now pursuing her Master's Degree in Applied Sciences from Mississippi State (the other MSU). When she is not blogging, you can probably catch Rebeca at a local BWW or bar watching sports with her husband, attempting to work out when the weather is nice, or eating cheesecake at a bar.

Getting Rid of My Apple Watch Saved My Mental Health

Turning off my Notifications and getting rid of my Apple Watch saved my mental health! Yup, you read that correctly. If you are reading this, that means this has piqued your interest or you may...

21 Days to Self Love: Mommy Edition

Hey, Mama. How are you doing? Good? Okay, now honestly tell me how you are doing.  If you read that much and answered truthfully - thank you. Me? I am an emotional mess and I am...
books

Must-Read Books for Summer!

It’s here. Summertime is FINALLY here. After dealing with COVID and cicadas, we deserve a break and a summertime getaway through books! Whether you are working or taking some time at the family cabin, you...

A Year in the Life of a Grieving Warrior Mama

I am a Warrior Mama, but my loss still sucks. With loss, a piece of you is ripped out of your chest and never returned. You are left trying to learn what the new...

Stop Asking, “Do You Have Any Kids?” Here’s Why.

“Do you have any kids?*” *Trigger warning: This post does mention pregnancy loss and infertility. This is such a simple question. 5 words to get to know someone, right? "Do you have any kids?" is maybe what...
Mug Desserts

10 Mug Desserts You Need to Make with Your Little Ones!

I was scrolling on TikTok the other day when I came across a girl making Mug Desserts. I was SHOCKED that I had never seen this before and I wanted to make every single...

Lessons From Dr. King: A Mother’s Perspective on Tackling Injustice

My heart goes out to every Black mother that has lost their child due to the color of their skin. Being Puerto Rican, I experienced being called an ‘alien’ and was constantly questioned about my...

Baking Through Grief: Regaining Control of My Life

BOOM. Grief can come out of nowhere and hit you with a ton of bricks. Grief hurts like hell, too, and sometimes I can barely get out of bed. After losing my daughter, I could...
Grieving mom

How One Grieving Mother Found Joy in a Corny, Rom-Com Book

Dear Grieving Momma,  I recently came across a wonderfully written Romantic Comedy based on a true story of loss, finding oneself, redemption, and overall happiness. Before you say how silly and unrealistic 'rom-coms' are, give...