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Life is already a challenge. Then throw in a family, work and all that other stuff, how can anyone measure up? That’s where the mamachallenge fits in…Looking to lose weight, something to do with the kids or gift ideas for your pregnant friend? Then you’ve arrived at the place to get your answers on all that and more – straight from another mom who’s trying to get it together (and keep it together) as best she can.
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ABOUT AUTUMN ROSE REO
Autumn Rose Reo is a 30+ year old North Texas married mom of a 11-year-old boy, 8-year old girl and a brown lab. I work a lot in PR (promoting what I love), play a little (traveling, finding fun in my city & cooking), and in between, I write MamaChallenge.com, Visit Fort Worth, TodaysMama.com, Dallas Food Nerd and where else you ask me. And every once in a while I may even appear on your screen as a TV contributor. Connect with me across social media on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram and Pinterest. Or email me at autumn (at) mamachallenge.com.
I’ve lived in Texas (almost) all my life and while I love to travel, I’ll always have my proud Texas twang. I’m not much of a foodie, but more of an eatie and am always in search of the best anything and everything. Thankfully my “real job” allows me to work with restaurants and events, so I usually know what new restaurants are opening and what you can do in DFW this weekend.
Just like many mamas, I have a lot to say and opinion about everything. I am always on the hunt for the best deal, best recommendation and the best place to have a great dinner. Before motherhood, I enjoyed food, travel and fashion and now as a mom of two wonderful children, I still love those things, but now the food is what I microwaved, the travel is the grocery store and the fashion is what I put on my kids (not me.)
Welcome to the MamaChallenge…it’s the hardest (and best job) you’ll ever have.