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How Austinties Can Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

“When it’s a choice to make between things and life, sometimes you’ve just got to let the things go and hang on to life.” This quote was taken from a recent article in The Washington Post from a 58-year-old man in Houston whose house is flooded and most likely ruined. Almost 6 million fellow Texans […]

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Texas Road Trippin'

Texas Road Trippin’

Looking for a late summer road trip with the family or your mom squad? Or a celebratory “we survived the first week of school” Labor Day long weekend? You’re in luck! I’ve collected some of our favorite, drivable, Texas destinations and included how far, where to stay and what to see, sip and eat, so pack-up the […]

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There’s nothing like driving on South Congress as the sun begins to set and the colorful hues of red and orange bounce off the magical Austin skyline.  The beautiful Capitol building has this rich copper tone that illuminates the surrounding buildings. Lady Bird Lake is calm but filled with laughter from people waiting to see the […]

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Meet Lindsey J. Wiese

Hi there, I’m Lindsey and I’m looking forward to taking on this new role as a contributor to Austin Moms Blog! A bit of background on me: I grew up on the shores of Galveston Bay in a petrochemical blue-collar suburb of Houston called La Porte, Texas. I didn’t go off to college, but stayed in the […]

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Austin Murals Guide: 15 of the Best Art Photo-Opps

Austin Murals Guide One of the many charms of our thriving city is its plethora of street art. New murals sprout up almost every day, and discovering new artwork emblazoned across buildings and walls is always a delight. Listed below are some of Austin’s most iconic, or just plain cool, murals currently beautifying the city. […]

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