Currently Browsing: January 2017

3 Reasons Your Super Bowl Party Sucks and What to Do Instead

Football reigns in our home during the cold months. My husband Colin is a devout New York Giants fan making me, the occasional viewer, a Giants fan by marriage. After we had been married for some years, I decided I should at least learn the basics of the game. Maybe then I would understand the […]

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What to Expect when You’re Expecting…an IUD

What to Expect When You're Expecting An IUD

(before reading this post, click here to find out why I chose to get an IUD) As of last June, I am officially a member of the IUD secret society. While I have personally told everyone from my best friend to my hair stylist about this marvelous device, many women simply don’t talk about it. And I think […]

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IUD: The Everlasting Gobstopper of Reversible Contraception

I wrote this post early last summer but have been hesitant to publish it. Since then, I’ve come to appreciate that there is no shame in talking about ways to maintain your childfree status. In addition, the uncertain fate of the Affordable Care Act (AKA ObamaCare) has caused many to seek out birth control methods while they are still […]

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The Only Childfree Tees You’ll Ever Need

A little over a month ago, a small US-based business was launched. This is big news in the childfree community because this small but mighty company specifically caters to us! Anne Arnold-Ratliff, founder and childfree woman herself, is equally as enthralling as her brand.

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Formerly Childfree: Insights From a Mother of Two

Hello everyone and happy Monday! Today I am talking with Erin. Erin is the married mother of two adorable little girls, Brontë, age 4, and Bridget, age 2. Erin is also the founder and author of the popular parenting blog Bubbles and Beebots. Yes, you read that correctly, a parenting blog.

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Childfree: A Selfish Lifestyle?

Hello there, my name is Colin. My wife Brittany is the creator of this blog, and she asked if I could write a monthly column as exclusive content for The Rinky-Dink Life. After all, we made the decision to stay child free together, so it only makes sense that we share some of the blogging […]

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