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  1. Rachel Ekman
    October 19, 2016 @ 10:22 am

    Well, now that you guys are back in the student living… We’ve found that when your wallet goes on a diet, so my does your body. Be conscious about what you choose to spend your grocery money on. Brian can attest, if there are any sweets anywhere in the household we would find them. So I’ve stopping buying them. We have a bag or chocolate chips in the fridge that we snack on when we need something sweet or hot chocolate, but that’s about it! Well see how it goes with halloween around the corner though… 😊

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    • Cassie Jean
      October 19, 2016 @ 12:54 pm

      Thanks Rachel!

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  2. Mindy Livingstone
    October 19, 2016 @ 2:22 pm

    It’s so good if you to put yourself out there and it’s hard to do!! I wish I could come go on a walk or jog with you! One thing that changed significantly for me when I started having kids was figuring out ME and what I liked and what I could do in short “nap breaks” while being a mom and having all my extra time taken. Part of taking care of yourself is finding time to do things you like and develop hobbies and talents aside of being a mom. And I’m learning that all over again now that my kids are at school all day!! Love you Cass! Thanks for sharing!

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    • Cassie Jean
      October 19, 2016 @ 3:39 pm

      Thanks for all the support Mindy! It has been hard to have interests or a hobby while being a momma, but I think I’ve finally found my “thing”! I love blogging! It was hard to actually publish this post because of how personal it is, I went back and forth but decided to just do it! And I’m glad I did!

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  3. Jeannie
    October 20, 2016 @ 3:12 am

    I love you Cassie! Thank you for sharing your journey and putting yourself out there. I believe most of us have been there and done that with at least one or more of our pregnancies or just in life. Your story motivates me to be smarter in my food choices as I’m now hitting my menopause years. I want to be a healthy and happy grandma for lots of years. I just need reminders so thank you! I’m proud of you and am thankful for your motivating and thoughtful story. ❤️

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