Amy Mejias

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My name is Amy and I am a wife to an amazing husband, and a mother to a sweet and imaginative seven-year-old boy and a very smart and curious baby boy, soon to be toddler. I have lived in Chattanooga for about 10 years now and I am currently a thirty-something year-old University Student majoring in Psychology and minoring in Religion. I love God, and my family and finding awesome events and experiences around town to enjoy!
Pregnancy and Pandemics

Pregnancy and Pandemics

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Pandemics like the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) can be scary for anyone, but when you are in your third trimester and approaching your due date, it adds an extra level of stress and worry. I...
An Open Letter to the Random MLM Lady

An Open Letter to the Random MLM Lady

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Though multi-level marketing companies have been around for decades, there seems to have been a boom in recent years, probably due to the various social media platforms which consultants can now use for advertising,...
Confessions of a Compulsive Shopper: Reviews of Some of the Random Products That I Have Bought From Facebook Ads

Confessions of a Compulsive Shopper: Reviews of Some of the Random Products That I...

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We have all experienced targeted Facebook and Instagram ads; they are unavoidable. While most consumers probably just scroll past them or resist temptation and don’t give in, I do not. I wholeheartedly admit that...
My Year in Review: The Best of Living in Chattanooga

My Year in Review: The Best of Living in Chattanooga

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Chattanooga is a wonderful place to live, not only for the activities and the events located here, but also for the proximity to other amazing places. Below are the top ten places and activities...
I Didn’t Really Want a Girl And That’s OK!

I Didn’t Really Want a Girl And That’s OK!

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Ever since the idea of even having kids came into my mind, I knew that I wanted boys. It’s not that girls are bad; many of my close friends have wonderful little girls and...
Second Time Mom

Second Time Mom

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When my oldest son was born in 2012 and I was released to go home from the hospital, I was terrified. They gave me TONS of brochures and information, which I am sure was...
Life as a Student Mom

Life as a Student Mom

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Like many, I first attempted community college at about eighteen or nineteen years of age. I soon discovered that I much more enjoyed the freedom of spending money from working full-time over the responsibilities...