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Dump the Mom Frump: Final Words and a Resource

As I come off my ten-step series on dumping your mom frump, I find myself feeling much better about myself. It’s amazing what a little bit of refocusing can do.

Over the past couple of weeks, I covered clothes, beauty products, easy hairstyles, and foods to help you feel healthy. I also wrote about the importance of drinking enough water, getting enough sleep, and reading. I hope you picked up tips on how to squeeze in some exercise and ideas for date night with your husband and girls’ night out.

I’d be leaving you high and dry if I didn’t give you a resource to keep you inspired.

If you’re like me, you may need an occasional nudge to stay on track.

That’s where Dump Your Frump comes in.

Author of the site, Tara, describes herself as “mom of three, a writer and a recovering frump” and shares tips and tricks for making yourself a priority.

In recent weeks, she’s covered a wide variety of great topics, from colored jeans to detox menus to decluttering.

Tara’s mission statement for her site is to “focus on easy ways to get back to feeling and looking good again with tips and tricks and motivation tools to get going.”

So, we’re in good hands with her!

You can also find Dump Your Frump on Facebook and Twitter.

For those of you who followed the Dump the Mom Frump series, do you feel like you have made some changes for the positive?

I’d love to hear your thoughts!

If you missed any of the series, here are all of the links:

Dump the Mom Frump: Get Moving!
Dump the Mom Frump: Girls’ Night Out
Dump the Mom Frump: Date Night
Dump the Mom Frump: 6 Easy Hairstyles
Dump the Mom Frump: Beauty Sleep
Dump the Mom Frump: Grab Your Water Bottle
Dump the Mom Frump: Add These 10 Foods to Your Diet
Dump the Mom Frump: Try These Stylish Clothes That Are Still Comfortable
Dump the Mom Frump: Try These 11 Simple Beauty Products
Dump the Mom Frump: Read…And Don’t Read

You can also find Nichole over at in these small moments and on Facebook and Twitter too!

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