Amanda Krahel

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Amanda was born and raised in San Diego, California. In 2016, she and her family packed up and took the 1,500 mile trek to north Texas, happily settling in Collin County. Amanda was a hairstylist in California, but is currently taking a break from the world of beauty to care for two young beauties of her own. When she’s not chasing after her kids, sprinting through the neighborhood with her high energy dogs, or vacuuming her house like a mad woman, Amanda enjoys exploring Texas, shopping, cooking, and catching up on her favorite television shows. Although she sometimes misses the palm trees and salty ocean breeze, she is proud and excited to call Texas home. Stay tuned for more on her adventures living the SAHM life in Collin County.

When Love Isn’t Enough: 4 Things Every Couple Should be in Order to Survive...

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Of course, I love my husband. I love him with all of my heart. I cannot fathom a life without him. Yet, through the trials and tribulations of life, a question evolves as to...

4 Ways to Make Your Home Kid AND Adult Friendly

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As a stay at home mom, I have struggled with ways in which to keep my home looking and feeling nice, while still being a fun place for the kids. I have a tendency...

How Sleep Training Changed My Life

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Let me start off by noting that I did not sleep train my first born. She was (and still is) extremely strong willed. Her ability to scream in her crib until rescued would always...

5 Easy and Trendy Haircuts for the New Year, New Mom in YOU

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As moms, we give, give, give, and give some more. Most of the time we give so much of our time, energy, and brainpower to everyone and everything EXCEPT ourselves. And we're tired. TOO...

Getting to Know Your Home: A Busy Mom’s Guide to Discovering Collin County

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It can be argued that the most important and central character in HBO's Sex and the City is New York City itself. This is because of the prominent role the streets, restaurants, buildings, and landmarks play...

When the Clock Strikes 5 p.m. :: A Not So Happy Hour

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Do you remember when the late afternoon/evening hours used to mean cocktail happy hour? Friday afternoons at work when you were watching the clock, waiting anxiously for 5 o'clock to strike so you could...

Kitchens Are For Dancing

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I am always thinking about the next thing I need to do. My brain is like a revolving hamster wheel of things I need to get done today, tomorrow, and most often what I...