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Mom Hacks, Mom Tips + Mom Tricks

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We get it. We’re Moms too. There’s a lot to do. There’s never enough time to do it. If only things could be just a little bit easier. Just like you, the contributors at New Orleans Mom are always looking for an easier way to do things and ready to share their Mom hacks, Mom tips and Mom tricks when they find them.

At New Orleans Mom, there’s no shortage of ideas in our Mom hacks, tips and tricks section. From cooking to cleaning to booking a vacation, we’ve written about it. 

Need some perspective on kids and social media? We’ve got some ideas. What to get, and not get, at the grocery store? Got that covered too. We’ve got a delicious twist on a classic summertime refreshment. We even break down some essential financial lessons that you can start teaching your kids, today, that will have them ready for tomorrow. That’s the kind of content our Mom hacks, tips and tricks section highlights. 

Not all of the content in our Mom hacks, tips and tricks section is about fixing food or things. Some of it is even about fixing yourself. We’ve even got answers to the questions you may not even know to ask, like why a hedgehog makes for a great pet or why you need to add an air fryer to your kitchen

Our team of more than 30 writers works hard to make sure the readers of New Orleans Mom are up to speed on the latest Mom hacks, tips and tricks, making the Big Easy just a little bit easier for moms.

Sun Safety Let me start off on my soapbox: wear sunscreen, reapply your sunscreen, wear a hat, limit your time in the sun, reapply your sunscreen again, and get a skin check annually. If you know me, then you know...
I’m back with another birthday party suggestion for you! We recently celebrated my son’s 3rd birthday party with a DIY pizza celebration at Reginelli’s Pizzeria. My kids’ birthdays are 6 weeks apart, and I didn't have the energy for...
I'm A Mom But I Am Also Me Daughter. Granddaughter. Sister. Aunt. Friend. Wife. Mom. We are the tear wipers and “boo boo” healers. We are the keepers of the secrets. The finders of all things. The chauffeur to and from...
Gone are the days of washing your hair every day. Times they are a-changin! Back in the early 2000s, dry shampoo wasn’t a thing, at least it wasn’t something I knew about. Fast forward and here we are, given...
I spent five Mardi Gras seasons away from New Orleans. Jealous I was not being able to enjoy king cakes on a weekly basis and celebrate the Carnival season alongside my fellow New Orleanians, I decided our first year...
When I was pregnant, I knew what kind of mom I wanted to be. I would have nicely dressed children, they would have their hair done perfectly for school, and their lunches would be made up of dinosaur-shaped sandwiches...

DIY Glitter Jar Fabulousness

During the summer as I was preparing for Stella's first birthday party, I was looking for an easy, inexpensive way to fancy up her party without breaking the bank or spending a small fortune on Etsy. I had been...
There is no better time to delve into a good book than a moment of free time and a need to relax or escape. I've always loved reading and can remember the first chapter books my teachers would read...
With social distancing in full swing courtesy of the coronavirus and grocery store inventory running low in many places, it is important to stock up and be prepared in the event that your family (or our entire city) end...
The Joy and Pain of Feeding Children I genuinely enjoy planning weekly meals, cooking them, and even stuffing leftovers into lunchboxes the next morning. I genuinely don’t enjoy spending an hour making dinner, after a long day of work, and...
Since the holidays are almost over, I assume that many people will make some type of New Year's Resolution toward saving money, not spending as much money, learning how to be smarter with their money...something along those lines. So, I...
I hope that many of you have at least heard of her. If you have not heard of her, let me introduce you to the best thing to come out of quarantine :: Sharon McMahon (with a silent "ho"),...
My mom Stacy is a fabulous cook, just like her mother was. Like most fabulous cooks, she's "famous" for a few dishes that she's known for making very well. During the holidays, her old-fashioned peanut butter fudge definitely tops...
It’s 2004. You’re in your layered tank tops and wide-cuffed jeans. You just got home from driving around with friends blaring and singing along to Hillary Duff’s latest release because the lyrics just capture the essence of your soul. You might have...

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