Lindsay Goldberg

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Lindsay Goldberg is a working mom who then comes home and works there, too. She loves finding quick, healthy recipes to make for her family and lives for her Sunday morning escape to the gym. She has given up on trying to find balance, and is, instead focused on surviving and being Good Enough. Likes- books, family dance parties, morning snuggles, and drinking coffee when it's still hot. Dislikes- recipes with more than 10 ingredients or 10 steps, winter, and deadlines
Father's Day - Boston Moms

For Father’s Day, I’m Letting My Husband Do the Parenting

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This Father's Day, I'm giving my husband a special gift. It is totally within my price range, and yet it is priceless. It is something I have hinted to him about and something I...
kiddush - Boston Moms

I Might Miss Kiddush the Most

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Before COVID-19, pretty much every Saturday morning my family and I would be at temple. Today, almost 15 months after the initial shut-downs began, we still aren't back to in-person services. But in our...
parenting books - Boston Moms

Keep Calm and Read On :: 5 Titles to Help Moms Maintain Perspective

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When I was in school and had a big exam coming up, I would read and study for hours. When I wanted to learn how to garden, I rounded up way too many books...
letting go - Boston Moms

Leaning In and Letting Go

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This year, my kids had their first snow day where both my husband and I were working from home. Needless to say, I had very low expectations of how the day was going to...
outdoor running - Boston Moms

Lessons Learned During the Pandemic :: Becoming a Runner and Building Resiliency

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I've never been an outdoor runner. I've never liked the cold. I also have never lived through a pandemic. Oh, wait... Scratch that. Maybe I should never say never. Turns out, I have become an outdoor...
post-pandemic life hug - Boston Moms

Notes to My Family About Post-Pandemic Living

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They say it takes 21 days to create a habit. We are now 11 months into the pandemic, and we have definitely formed many new habits! I don't know about you, but my family...
COVID Thanksgiving - Boston Moms

Don’t Mourn COVID Thanksgiving — Own It!

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Well, eight months later, we are still living through a pandemic. We are still physically distancing from others (I hope) and still wearing masks (I really hope!). Now, the days are getting shorter, darker, and...
2020 is hard - Boston Moms

This. Is. Hard.

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This is hard. Coronavirus is hard. Remote school is hard. Teaching remote school is hard. Working from home is hard. Being unemployed is hard. Having no local family is hard. Having local family who you...
run - Boston Moms

Mommy Needs Her Run

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There are few things I can control during this pandemic. And there are few luxuries I am allowing myself. One of these luxuries? My run. I need my run.My run is more than exercise....
coronavirus normal - Boston Moms

I Don’t Want Life to Go Back to Normal

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Every day I hear the question asked. It might be from a friend, or on Facebook, or in the media: "When will life go back to normal?" People are sick of coronavirus. People are sick...
Facebook - Boston Moms

Warning: Facebook Lives Are Less Real than They Appear

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My daughter was doing OK. She loved the increased family time. She loved not being rushed in the morning and instead being able to do her own thing. She loved playing with her sister...
COVID-19 - Boston Moms

Gratitude During COVID-19

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This. Is. Hard. We are facing a pandemic unlike anything we have ever seen before. We are trying to make sense of this and trying to explain COVID-19 to our kids. You may be feeling...
coronavirus screen time - Boston Moms

Coronavirus Screen Time Roundup :: Making the Most of Your Time at Home

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You may be wondering just how much "Peppa Pig" you can take, or maybe you're wondering how you can expand your children's screen repertoire. Fortunately, there are lots of ways to up your children's screen time game during this COVID-19-induced break from school. Here are a few we recommend.
100 days of kindergarten - Boston Moms

What I Learned in the First 100 Days of Kindergarten

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A year ago, filling out those kindergarten forms seemed like the most daunting task in the world. Little did I know registration was the easy part! Even with the tough changes we've felt in the first 100 days of kindergarten, I am so excited to already have experienced all the positive ways she's growing and discovering and becoming. And, yes, parenting is a series of letting-go moments, but I can't wait to see what's next.
mom of the year - Boston Moms

I’m Not Always Mom of the Year (and That’s OK)

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Some days are easier parenting days than others. Some weeks fly by with a wonderful syncing of energy, listening, and fun. Some hours are spent crying in the corner, worrying you've scarred your smaller beings forever. Some days we are singing, hugging, and playing with our sweet little ones. Other days we are that mom in the hoodie and sweatpants, chasing after her kids running wildly in opposite directions.