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Mom of the House with Brianna Bell

Brianna Bell takes on issue of being a mother in her new weekly column Mom of the House. Brianna Bell is a Guelph-based writer who focuses on events, small businesses, and community stories. In addition to GuelphToday, she has written for The Guelph Mercury and The Globe & Mail.

Balancing being a mom and being yourself

Balancing being a mom and being yourself

In this week's 'Mom of the House', Brianna talks about sacrificing wants and needs
Indulging in the precious moments

Indulging in the precious moments

'Whether it’s overspending, overeating, or over scheduling, it’s easy to let the holidays disrupt every facet of your life,' says Brianna Bell in this week's 'Mom of the House'
When mom gets sick - how to minimize disruptions

When mom gets sick - how to minimize disruptions

In this week's Mom of the House, Brianna talks with Janine Buisman Wilcox about women's health
Dear new moms; It’s okay to not be okay

Dear new moms; It’s okay to not be okay

In this week's 'Mom of the House', Brianna Bell discusses Postpartum Mood Disorder with a local mother of a two year old
Buying local and handmade this Christmas

Buying local and handmade this Christmas

Items purchased from local artisans are often handmade and high quality, and I feel good knowing I am supporting a local business owner while giving a unique gift to a loved one
She didn't choose The Sunflower. The Sunflower chose her

She didn't choose The Sunflower. The Sunflower chose her

Brianna Bell discusses sentimental connections in this week's Mom of the House
<b>Mom of the House:</b> My one goal for my 29th year

Mom of the House: My one goal for my 29th year

Brianna's about to drive for the first time
<b>Mom of the house:</b> Halloween is more than just trick-or-treating

Mom of the house: Halloween is more than just trick-or-treating

Seven hauntingly fun Halloween activities
<b>Mom of the House:</b> Me too

Mom of the House: Me too

For those of us that use Facebook or Twitter, we saw friends and family members join in the movement. It became personal for many, with our feeds filled with women sharing, Me Too, Me Too, Me Too
<b>Mom of the House:</b> Never assume how a child feels

Mom of the House: Never assume how a child feels

Instead, simply ask and listen