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Author: Pam, Be Healthy Be Happy Wellness

I’m Pam, and I’m an advocate for busy working moms who love their kids, but feel tired, stressed out and overwhelmed.  They want to do it all but can’t find enough hours in the day.  My tips and tricks help them balance family, health and work so that they can go to sleep each night feeling fulfilled and guilt-free.

I get what you’re going through – it’s not easy to be a working mom these days!  You are expected to be able to do it all – with ease.   Want to feel less Mommy guilt?  You can get there.  Want to enjoy every day and not just the highlights? It’s possible!

With my research and suggestions, you can find the lifestyle choices that support you best. I’ll give you the inspiration to make lifelong changes that will enable you to reach your current and future family, health and career goals and have fun while you’re getting there.  

Check out my blog posts and favorite things to get started creating the healthiest, happiest, most adventurous life you can imagine!

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Candy for the kids and beer for the adults – what could be a better start to a weekend in Northern Indiana, right?

When planning a quick overnight with the whole family, it’s important to look for a variety of activities that everyone will enjoy. Our first night did just that!


Heavy rain was expected Saturday, so we got up early to get as much fun into our day as possible. After enjoying a delicious and relaxing breakfast at our hotel, we loaded up the car and headed a little bit south to Lowell, Indiana. Our first stop was Buckley Homestead. Buckley Homestead is described as a living history farm. It’s spread out over quite a few acres but is very walkable and so interesting that you cover quite a bit of ground without realizing it.