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Shannon Mangerchine

Shannon Mangerchine
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Shannon lives in Central City, New Orleans with her husband, Jeremy, and three sons, Noah, Eli and Zeke. She left a career in Human Resources to take on her dream of being a stay-at-home mom. During this time, she and her husband founded a non-profit called Bastion Resources with the purpose of inspiring others to live a life of intimacy with God. Shannon is passionate about creating community and engaging in meaningful conversation around the dinner table. Recently, she created The Intentional Daily Journal to help people live with more purpose and clarity, which is available for purchase on Amazon. In her free time, Shannon enjoys all types of fitness, trying new restaurants, reading and discussing books with her book club, coffee dates with friends and hanging at the park with her family. Shannon is constantly creating new healthy recipes and sharing them on her blog Dinner Done by 9am.

New Orleans Be the Change Spotlight :: Introducing Youth Empowerment Project

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Here, at New Orleans Mom, our team has been busy learning about the effects of systematic racism and white privilege. We participated in #sharethemicnow to lift up voices of moms of color in our...

Friday Family Fun Night:: Creating a Meaningful Family Tradition

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Oftentimes our family can get to the end of a busy week and realize we haven't actually spent any good quality time together. With this in mind, Friday Family Fun Night was born. Fridays...

Worth the Drive from New Orleans :: Gulfport Mississippi Beaches

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Going stir crazy from being home with the kids for what seems like an endless amount of months? Me too! Take a day trip to the Gulfport Mississippi beaches for a day of fun...

The Ultimate Baby Registry Guide :: What to Get and What to Skip

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Considering my youngest child is 4, it has been a minute since I registered for baby items myself. That said, I've done a lot of nannying since having my own babies and feel like...

Anti-Racism Begins With Self-Education :: Host a Virtual Book Club

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People around the world are being awakened to the realities of systemic racism and white privilege, then asking questions about what they can do personally to effect change. Some practical action steps you can...

Black-Owned Businesses to Support in and Around NOLA

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So you posted a box for #blackouttuesday and have been listening and learning about privilege and systematic racism but you're wondering what's next, what tangible steps you can take to be an agent of...

2020 Guide to Summer Fun in New Orleans … Virtually Anywhere!

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Guide to Summer Fun in New Orleans With Kids ... Virtually Anywhere! With so many things to do with kids in New Orleans courtesy our New Orleans Summer Bucket List, it is positively impossible to...

Making the Most of Meal Time:: 45 Family Conversation Starters to Build Connection and...

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I grew up as the only child of a single mom who often had to work in the evening, so from elementary school and on, I often found myself eating dinner alone. I would...

Parenting Win :: How to Quickly and Easily Organize Your Kid’s Art for FREE...

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Disclosure:: This post is sponsored by Artebula. Parenting Win :: How to Quickly and Easily Organize Your Kid's Art for FREE with the Artebula App My husband is an artist, so one of our core values...

30 Ways to Celebrate Teacher Appreciation While Social Distancing

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  Teacher Appreciation Day is May 5. Now, more than ever, after homeschooling our own children for a month, I think we all have a heightened appreciation for just how hard teaching children is and...

What Does Your Family Stand For:: Creating a Family Motto

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My husband and I had a marriage motto before we ever had kids, and it happened to work well to adapt it for our whole family. Our motto is "Together or not at all."...

Processing the Pandemic :: 25 Journal Prompts for Practicing Self-Care

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Throughout the first couple weeks of this quarantine, I carried on as if everything was normal, suppressing all of my emotions, burying them deep down while lying to myself, telling myself I was feeling...

Making Easter Fun and Meaningful While Staying Home

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With stay-at-home mandates and social distancing in full effect, Easter is going to look different this year. Families won't be engaging in the usual public egg hunts, church services, and feasts with friends, but...

Living Through a Quarantine :: A Pantry-Based Meal Plan

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Throughout the world, people are finding themselves quarantined due to sickness or government imposed shelter in place orders due to the coronavirus. This means we have a lot of people with limited access to...