Tara Lynn’s Boutique

There are so many different ways to shop, these days.  Recently, I’ve started coming across the idea of the online boutique, which seems crazy, I know.  Boutiques are supposed to be small and unique and quirky, right?  Well, as technology evolves, so must our boutique storefront and our boutique experience. One that I found by […]

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The Difference Design Makes

So, I’m not going to start in and tell you that looks don’t matter, but I’m also not going to tell you that looks are everything.  Because neither is true.  I feel like, and maybe you do too, I’m in this weird place in the middle where I don’t love the way that I look, […]

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They are Listening

It came out of my mouth before I could stop it but as soon as I said it, I’d wished I hadn’t. “Your belly is cute. Mommy’s isn’t so cute. No one wants to see Mommy’s belly.” My almost two year old, with the bottom of my shirt clutched in her one hand, took the […]

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Size Me Not

So yesterday I started out a little “ranty” about the expectation that being a size zero has something to do with your being beautiful or valuable or worthy.  Honestly, and I’ll say it until I’m blue in the face, the size that’s printed on the inside of your clothes has literally no bearing on the […]

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Be Mine

Valentine’s Day sure has changed over the years.  Last night, before I went to sleep, I whispered to my husband, “I didn’t even get you a card, this year”.  He doesn’t do cards, barely even does gifts (did I tell you about my first birthday when we were engaged when he got me an electric […]

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Gaga

I understand it, because it used to be me.  Five years ago, I would have had some comments about Lady Gaga’s midriff baring number from the Super Bowl halftime show.  Granted, I don’t think I would have spread them all over the internet but I would have told whoever was within earshot, at least. And […]

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National Wear Red Day!

So, this day is kind of a big deal in the US.  It’s kind of a big deal for us, as women.  Did you know that heart disease and stroke cause 1 in 3 deaths in women, each year?  That’s 33%! http://honor.americanheart.org/site/TR?fr_id=5042&pg=entry Knowledge is power, ladies.  Did you also know that 80% of cardiac and […]

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