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About The Stay Sane Mom
Hi I'm Mom...I mean Liz.
Hello there! And welcome to The Stay Sane Mom! My name is Liz and I'm the wife/mom to a teenage stepdaughter (and Instagram aficionado), a sparkle-clad kidnado, a newly-toddler boy (and professional raccoon noise impersonator), two large canine furkids, a bunny of unusual size, and (if I don't vacuum daily) a herd of irascible dustbunnies.
My "nights and naptimes" alterego is an author, freelance digital consultant, workout nut, avid bookworm, and has a PhD in Business Psychology.
Oh yeah, I'm also the founder of The Stay Sane Mom.
We're here to help you as a mom. Whether that's giving you research-based systems to help your tribe run smoother, printable tools to help you stay organized, or just a wheelbarrow-load of sarcasm to get you through until bedtime...we've got your back, Mama.
Stay Sane, Liz
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