Heather Korol
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Heather Korol is a speaker, writer, wife and mother of three that believes perspective is the key to staying sane in the years between your first baby and your last baby finally old enough to make their own breakfast. She maintains her healthy attitude with a strict diet of coffee for breakfast and wine for dinner. When she is not grinding java beans she writes for Get Out There and Breathe Magazine and has recently finished her first book, A Slice of Happy – Because the Whole Pie is Overrated. You can find Heather and her book at www.asliceofhappy.com
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Entries by Heather Korol

There Are Only Three Kinds of Book Clubs

(1) Comments | Posted December 3, 2014 | 6:11 PM

Recently a friend of mine confided in me about her book club.

"Heather, I'm in a book club where you have to read the book and if you don't finish it they are offended. Seriously offended. Your name goes a list and then if you end up on the list...

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I Say A Little Prayer Before I Throw Out My Kids' Art Work

(10) Comments | Posted May 1, 2013 | 6:29 PM

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As my children's art work leaves my hand and lands on the top of the garbage pile, I quietly say a little prayer:

I love you my dearest child, even though I'm throwing out your pumpkin picture with glitter glue and piling other garbage...

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That's Right: I Yell at my Kids

(8) Comments | Posted April 4, 2013 | 6:00 PM

Some families have a chore board or a swear jar -- we have a yelling chart. Two days ago my oldest came downstairs and explained how it worked.

  • One block for yelling at someone.
  • Only sixteen blocks allowed per day.
  • A different colour for each person.

My colour is green...

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Do Women Have a Purse Gene?

(3) Comments | Posted February 10, 2013 | 7:03 AM

Have you seen my purse? It can house a small animal, a bucket of make-up, an e-reader, a lunch packed in Tupperware, an iPhone, mints, credit cards, travel coffee mug, keys, Scotch tape, small scissors and, of course, an extra pair of shoes. Why would anyone choose to carry a...

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Don't Forget About Your Spouse When You Have Kids

(4) Comments | Posted November 29, 2012 | 7:35 AM

It's easy to forget everything when your babies are little. You forget minor things like where you put your iPhone or keys, you forget medium things like birthdays, showers and friends. Sometimes you forget big things, like you are married. Well, maybe not that you are married (because the chain...

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