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Julie Couret

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Nola Native, Julie Couret is Mom of Emma Mae (11) & Helen (9). She co-parents with her ex-husband & is known for candid posts on her life behind the scenes. Julie is an Executive Coach who works with business owners as their Coach and Fractional COO, leading strategic planning sessions, vision/mission implementation, and change management. From taking her kids on solo road trips to being self-employed, Julie loves the hustle!

How to Support Your Friend During Divorce

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So your friend is getting a divorce, and you're not sure how you feel about it. You may believe she could be handling it better, that you would have done X. You might be...

3 Most Common Co-Parenting Questions

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I openly share my life as a co-parent, people will reach out to me over the years at varying stages of their co-parenting experience with questions. While everyone’s situation is unique here are the...

The Beauty of Friends Without Children

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Let’s give a shout out to my childless friends, this goes out to both empty-nesters and the currently childless. Mom friends are core and essential to my world, as my children are core and...

My Tummy Tuck at 43

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The fact that I had a tummy tuck came as a big surprise to many, most of all myself! After having two C-sections, I felt pretty confident that I could get my early 30s...
Coping with the Aftermath of Hurricane Ida as a Mom

Coping with the Aftermath of Hurricane Ida as a Mom

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Coping with the Aftermath of Hurricane Ida as a Mom I can hardly believe we are here again, another crisis. We are now in the midst of a post-Ida recovery that has displaced our entire South...

What Katrina at Age 27 Taught Me About Coronavirus at Age 42

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I never thought I would be grateful for Hurricane Katrina. Certainly, I learned much about humanity, family, and resiliency. And for those lessons and experiences, I am grateful. I would not have met my...

Overnight Success: Sleepovers 101

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Overnight Success: Sleepovers 101 The sleepover was a rite of friendship passage for me growing up. I still remember wrapping up in a towel and leaping off my friend’s bed reenacting Dove soap commercials. Her...

Straight Up Now Tell Me

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Sugarcoating was never my strong suit. Even as a child, I can remember my mother’s surprise and slight embarrassment to my shockingly honest responses to her colleague’s benign inquiry, “And how are you doing...

For the Love of Grandparents After a Divorce

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Mima, Pere, and Nana are the names of my children’s living grandparents. When I first had children, I wanted to nurture a close relationship with their grandparents. I grew up especially close to my...

Mean Girls 2.0 Moms Judging Moms

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I am so over mean moms. Dones-o. For real, why are women so mean to other women? You don't see this with men. Men don't judge and scoff at other men. They don't comment...

I Strive to Not Take Things Personally

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That look the other mom gave you at the birthday party. Finding out about a friend’s accomplishment on social media, versus hearing about it firsthand. Your child not being invited on a playdate lately....

Mommy Guilt :: Releasing the Beast of Burden

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Guilt is a useless punishing emotion. It lurks deep in your heart or sometimes relentlessly in the front of your mind. You may cry, get angry, grind your teeth, or toss and turn at...

How Do You Do It All? I Don’t. The Reality of Being Busy

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Describing myself as busy is an understatement. I have my hand in so many activities and events, not to mention I am the only parent in our home so if anything is ever going...
doing my best

I’m Doing My Best and My Best is Good Enough

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Six large plastic tubs full of children’s clothes that no longer fit sit in my dining room. My plan is to sort through for what to keep for memories and what to give /...