Deva Curnutte

Deva is a former data analyst who now spends her days chasing her energetic toddler, Oscar. Newish to Frisco, she can be found reading, drinking coffee, or at spin class when she and Oscar aren’t exploring their new home. She writes to find community with other moms and you can find her thoughts on motherhood at Everything in the Middle and see more into her daily life with a toddler on Instagram.

Because Bubbles are Magic

The giant bottle of bubbles sits just inside the back door, ready to be lugged outside at a moment’s notice. It’s been there for at least a month, slowly losing more and more solution...

Mom-Friendly 2-Piece Swimsuits

I love swimming. Have since I was a small kid going to the beach, jumping wave after wave with my grandfather. My ideal summer day involves getting in the water, and I’m lucky enough...

I Refuse to “Do It All”

When did our society decide women and mothers must do and be all the things, all the time? When did the myth of having and being it all begin? I can research and point...

App-Based & Online Workouts for Quarantine & Beyond

When quarantine began, one of the first things I missed was the gym. I’ve been practicing yoga regularly since last fall, and before that, was a frequent attendee of spin and other group fitness...

Crafting with Kids without Losing Your Mind

At any given moment in my household, there’s a craft project under way. Last week, we made cowboy boots out of construction paper, glue, and glitter. Yes, glitter. Crafting is kind of my thing....

3 Tips for Simple Home Organization

What do you think when you hear the term “home organization?” Homes like you see on magazine covers? Mari Kondo-style folded shirts? Maybe it's just "a place for everything, and everything in its place"? I...

I’m Not a Bad Mom—I Just Have ADHD

I was folding laundry when my watch buzzed with a text reminding me of a hair appointment on Wednesday afternoon. I stopped and dropped the shirt I was folding as my heart sank. I...

5 Budget-Friendly Moisturizers for Dry Winter Skin

It’s cold out. You know what that means: leggings, sweaters, and boots...and also dry winter skin. I often get lotion, cuticle oil, and sugar scrubs as gifts because of my perpetually dry skin. As...