Leah Recor

Leah Recor
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Leah has lived on both coasts, spent much of her childhood in Colorado, but found the true meaning of home in Iowa. As a single mom of two girls, she wanted to show her daughters the power in setting our minds to our dreams and creating our reality, and so she began the Abundant Parent. When she isn’t writing, vlogging, running workshops, or bringing writing to kids with her nonprofit, she is mostly likely elbows deep in art supplies, cooking ingredients or mud and camping dust with her kids. She has been quitting coffee for the last three years; it’s going really well. Stay tuned.

Can Your Skin Survive the Last Dark Days of Winter?

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It's getting close, guys. We are in the final winter push of keeping our skin intact until spring relieves us. My kids and I go from Thieves spray, to hand washing, to skin balm and...

5 Things Poverty Taught Me About Parenting and Friendship

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Money is important.  We need it, we want more of it, and many of us have a love-hate relationship with it.  But did you know the energy of money is more powerful than the...

The THREE Superfoods My Kids Will Eat Without Even Knowing!

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It’s no secret for those of you who know me, that I’m a snosher. (I may have actually coined that term.) "Snoshing" is the noshing that I sneak behind the open refrigerator door.  I...

Get Family Health Bragging Rights with THIS Protocol!

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Oh, winter. Just when we’ve finally recovered from school starting...you slip in quietly, practically undetected. You bring with you all sorts of foul beasts--primarily viruses!  Knock on wood! (I knock gently on my head as...

Nothing Else Matters If You Aren’t Teaching Your Child THIS.

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Teaching your kids about truth isn't what it used to be, is it? Growing up, I recognized and defined truth as facts. But now, popular media reporting is one glaring example of how people...

THIS Will Cut Your Mom Stress in Half!

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You might not believe this, but I wasn’t always so rainbows and moonbeams about my parenting approach. I was raised by a single mom who experienced abuse as a child. She didn't heal from...

Surviving the Bullies and the Chaos: 7 Tips for a Satisfying School Year

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Nothing is more heartbreaking than your child coming home from school with hurt feelings or discovering your own child is responsible for the pain of other children.  The older your kids become, the more...

The Importance of Recognizing The Good in Your Child’s Mistakes

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Source We have great lessons to learn on our journeys. Often times we learn those lessons through our mistakes and hardships. It’s a human condition that allows for growth. We’ve been learning from our mistakes...

Take Back Your Mental Health With These Everyday Tools

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month The deep dark months of winter might be a better time to shed light and support on mental health, but we’ll leave that for another post! Mental Illness is...

The Greatest Love You Show Your Children is the Love You Show Yourself

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I can accurately say I am someone who is neck deep into exploring the crunchy side of parenting. With that brief introduction, you can imagine my excitement as I read about advancements of technology...