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On the Outskirts of Town

On the Outskirts of Town: Exploring the Fun Surrounding Knox County {Series}

I’m a Knoxville girl, born and raised. Until high school, that is. The summer before my freshman year, my parents moved us just up the road to Seymour. Sevier County was my home for the next fourteen years, and became home yet again after Branden left the Navy. While it may feel “way out” to […]

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Knoxville Festival Fun

Knoxville Festival Fun 2017

Festivals come alive during springtime in Knoxville, TN. It’s a fantastic time of year indeed! First warm temperatures of the season arrive making for the perfect environment for outdoor fun! From Opera to chicken wings, reading to biscuits, get your calendars out because I’m here to keep you in the know for all of the […]

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Ice Chalet Summer Camps

Join the Fun at Ice Chalet Summer Camps this Summer!

Looking for a different experience for your kids this summer? Check out the summer camps at Ice Chalet! From ages 3 and up, they have something for everyone! Ice Chalet Summer Camps 2017 June 12-July 30, 2017 East Tennessee’s Ice Sports & Family Fun Destination since 1962! ONE-WEEK CAMPS, Ages 6 and up, girls and […]

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The Little Gym Summer Camps

Take an Adventure with The Little Gym Summer Camps!

Are you ready to put some “adventure” in your summer? Then it’s time to head over to The Little Gym for some awesome Summer Camps! Each week The Little Gym hosts a new camp with a new theme for ages 3-8 years. This year some of the themes are: The Neat Ninja League, The Search […]

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Knoxville Easter Events 2017

Easter is a holiday that is celebrated so well in our big little city and I am super excited to share lots of fun family events coming up soon! Whether this is a new experience for you or you’re an Easter-in-Knoxville veteran, we have all of the event information you need for one fantastic egg-hunting, […]

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Call Me Old-Fashioned

Call Me Old-Fashioned: Why You Should Still Buy a Newspaper

Yes, go ahead and call me old-fashioned, but I read the newspaper. Perhaps it’s the journalist in me (I majored in journalism in college). Perhaps it is just as much a morning ritual as drinking my coffee. Maybe it was my grandparents’ influence on me; all those years that I observed them sipping coffee in […]

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Facebook is Nasty

Facebook is nasty. I have no second thoughts about saying that. Apparently with the heated political race, people feel there is no better place to air their grievances than on the walls of their Facebook pages. Conversations — which is a generous way to describe what’s actually taking place — are happening ALL THE TIME […]

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Fear Factor: Relentless Fears of the Modern Parent

Fear Factor: Relentless Fears of the Modern Parent

There’s a lot to say about being a modern day parent, of this I have become increasingly certain.  I find that I am discovering new maternal battlefields on an almost daily basis. Battlegrounds that involve the heart and soul of not only myself and my quest to be a decent human being/successful mother, but also […]

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