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Back to School Shopping for Healthy Moms

Back-to-School

It’s that time of year where we salute teachers and prep to get our darlings out of our summer hair! As a Healthy Moms cardholder, you can get awesome discounts on pretty much everything your little or medium one needs for back-to-school!

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Top 10 Places for Healthy Moms to Eat & Shop in Toronto

Top 10 Places for Healthy Moms to Eat & Shop in Toronto

We asked our community of Toronto moms about their favourite places to use their Healthy Moms Discount Card and here are their top picks.

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Top 10 Places for Healthy Moms to Eat & Shop in Toronto

Top 10 Places for Healthy Moms to Eat & Shop in Toronto

We asked our community of Toronto moms about their favourite places to use their Healthy Moms Discount Card and here are their top picks.

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My Meh-Dai Babywearing Adventure

My Meh-Dai Babywearing Adventure

Before I had my daughter, I’d see women toting their children around in cozy wraps or carriers and I wouldn’t give it a thought. It seemed like a logical mode of transportation. But once I got pregnant, I started hearing the term babywearing thrown around like it was a parenting style or a mindset. “Do you think you’ll be babywearing?” someone would ask.

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Keeping Your Purchases Ethical In A Big Box World

Keeping Your Purchases Ethical In A Big Box World

One of the hardest things to accomplish, as an ethically-minded, socially conscious parent, is keeping purchases…well, ethical. We live in a society that currently worships fast fashion and disposable, dollar store toys. Big box chains sell adorable kids’ clothing that falls apart before your children have grown out of it–and considering how fast kids grow, that’s significant. Sure, those leggings were only $5, so replacing the ones that developed a hole along the seam in just a few wears doesn’t seem like a huge deal. But when you consider how little the people who made those leggings are getting paid? It’s a huge deal.

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