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Andee Bookmyer

Andee Bookmyer
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Andee is a certified health coach, certified personal trainer and nutrition consultant who grew up in Northwest Indiana and attended Ball State University. She taught high school English for several years before becoming a mommy to Preston, who is now 7. She has a passion for writing, CrossFit, laughing and helping others. For more of her writing, you can visit her personal "Bookerella" blog at https://i5878.wordpress.com

Five Ways to Jumpstart Your Positivity and Optimism

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When was the last time someone reminded you about the importance of staying positive during stressful times? Was it just 10 minutes ago? A week ago? A month ago? Well, we can’t be reminded...

It Really Can Wait: Ending Distracted Driving with the Hands-Free Law

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The first of July marked Indiana joining 22 other states that require phones to be in hands-free mode. Now here in Indiana, you can officially be stopped by police, fined $500, and potentially stripped...

Meet Our Indianapolis Moms: Andee Bookmyer

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Oh, hey there, mamas! My name is Andee (short for Andrea, which I typically cringe to hear, because I was really only called that when I was in trouble back in the day), and...

A True Test of Patience: How E-learning Almost Made Us Lose Our Minds

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Back on March 16th, such a huge day and turn of events that most of us never saw coming was when it was first announced schools were going to be closed for a while,...

Dear Nail Salon: I Miss You!

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  Dear Nail Salon, First off, Hi! Most importantly, I miss you, like, a lot. It is the end of April. By now, I would have had beautiful red or pink toes by you, just like I...

Rising Above Faking and Flaking

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I think we can all agree that "flaking," a.k.a. bailing, canceling or postponing plans with others (or even worse, ghosting), is pretty standard these days. A lot of us can and should do better...

Let’s Get Moving For Your Body, Mind and Sanity!

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Right now, more than ever before, we need just to keep breathing and moving as well as embracing change each day, even when it's uncomfortable. Staying positive is not always easy, but it's essential...

The Comeback is Greater Than the Setback

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Alright, so let’s start this off with a gentle reminder: It is ok to not be ok sometimes. Repeat that: It is ok if you're admitting you're not okay. You are human and entitled...

Top 10 Things to Get Rid Of…Right Now!

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If I had a nickel for every time I heard, “Life is too short,” “We aren’t getting any younger” or “Kids grow up so fast,” well, I’d surely have a lot of nickels. Along...

My Son’s Closet

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Every time I have to update my son’s closet, I can’t help but get a little teary-eyed. I know this sounds ridiculous, but when I see how he has outgrown some of the cutest...

Doing Nothing is Something

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Most people, including me, forget what it is like to just slow down. The fact is there are always going to be things to do, tasks to conquer, appointments to juggle and an inbox...

Disaster on the Interstate: What This Mom Learned

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It was like any other summer day for my son and me, where I had work and he had camp, then afterward we joyfully headed off to the pool to soak in the sun...

Babysitter Anxiety

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“Babysitter Anxiety”: It totally sounds like the title of a bad (but good) Lifetime movie, right? And yes, by the way, I have probably watched too many of those flicks over the years, which...

Oh Mama! From SAHM to Working Mom

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The other morning as I reached into the refrigerator to grab my son’s lunchbox, I heard him swoop in behind me (how could I not with his cool, clunky Spiderman shoes) and ask in...
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