“One man’s trash is another man’s treasure” has never rung truer than with the Buy Nothing Project. This worldwide organization has gained popularity in recent years for providing an online platform for people to rehome unwanted goods (and offer...
Earth Day is April 22, meaning it's the perfect time to reevaluate how you're contributing to a healthier, happier planet! One way my family is helping the earth is by consciously reducing the amount of waste we create in our...
April is the Month of the Military Child. It’s a chance to celebrate children all across the nation who make daily sacrifices and overcome many challenges. Military children deal with deployments, moving every couple of years, changing schools, and...
Easter is almost here and that means it's time to decide what to put in those Easter baskets! There are so many options available, but most of the time, our first thought is of candy and chocolate. But for...
"What are you?" This is perhaps one of the most familiar questions I have been asked and sometimes still get asked today. Honestly, I don't mind it because it opens up dialogue about culture and identity opposed to ignorance...
March 26 is National Solitude Day! This year I plan to celebrate because being a mother can be overstimulating, especially when you have small children. Between the endless to-do list, loud playing (or fussing), a messy house, and so...
I recently came across a pin on Pinterest titled "Mother Culture: You are Mothering Wrong" and couldn't help but click on the article. To say someone is mothering wrong is definitely a title that warrants a click.  I am sure...
I'm a mom. I have two boys who are currently twelve and nine years old. (A fun combination of ages with all the hormones...) But, just like you, I'm also more than that; I'm not just a mom.  As you...
Let's face it, it's already February and sometimes it feels like the year is going to go by really fast. Yet, at the same time, I personally felt like January lasted FOREVER!! Decluttering has been on my mind for quite...
Nothing reminds us of how fast our children are growing up like the growing piles of clothes they outgrow seemingly overnight. Along with them going up in size, they are also going up in cost. When my son was around...
In our fast-paced, high-stress world, almost everyone is trying to find a source of peace and happiness. Often, we look to relationships, career accomplishments, and religion. Years ago, I read The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle and everything in...
With the new year comes the yearning for all things new: job, body, hobbies, etc. I have the new hobby itch, but I hate to accumulate stuff, whether it be supplies or the actual end results (goodbye, oil painting). Full...
My father passed away a week after I learned I would be a mother for the first time. I returned from bereavement to new responsibilities at work, including the dubious honor of learning my coworker's over half a decade's...
Even though we are an African American family, we never really celebrated Kwanzaa. My family didn't celebrate growing up and I didn't introduce it to my children until now and I couldn't be more excited to share this new...
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Columbia Mom EATS :: BOHO Pizza and Brew

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My daughter and I LOVE pizza, so when I heard about BOHO Pizza and Brew I knew we had to check it out. We...