Kim Wysocki

Kim Wysocki

Kim is a seasoned public relations professional. She watches anything newsy, loves to workout and find good deals and blogs about trends, motherhood and her career. Her three-ring circus (aka, her children), husband and yellow lab keep her busy when she’s not generating publicity. She’s an avid watcher of the Today Show, loves staying fit and can’t pass up a good clothing and accessory deal. In her free time, she’s volunteering at St. Gabriel School or planning her next family vacation. Kim lives in Concord.


How to Help Parents of Cancer Patients

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. It’s a time of year to put a strong emphasis on generating awareness and raising funds for childhood cancer. The statistics are heart-wrenching. After accidents, cancer is the second-leading cause of death in children ages 1 to 14, according to the American Cancer Society. The American Childhood Cancer Organization […]Read More »

Social Media Is Not Real Life

Our social media posts rarely depict real life. Scan your latest social feed and it’s likely flooded with the perfect photo. People are often smiling and always happy, often posing for a pretty selfie. Nothing is out of place. Just like you, I’m guilty. I occasionally snap photos that aren’t post-worthy so I take some […]Read More »

Tips for Stress-free Vacation Planning

Despite the back-to-school stories in the news lately, it’s still summer and there’s plenty of time for vacation with your family. A beach vacation to Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, is my favorite annual getaway. My husband and I typically venture here with the kids after baseball and softball season comes to an end. At […]Read More »

5 Things to Do with Your Kids This Summer

Ahhhh! It’s officially summer! It’s the time of year that makes leaving the house a pleasure with kids. No coats, no boots, no winter gear. I can get out of the house so much faster than on bitter cold days. Another warm-weather plus is it helps keep my kids busy. They love to play outside. […]Read More »

Nothing Lasts Forever

The need to potty train my toddler came up frequently in my circles. Friends and family would tell me “she’s ready” and “you just need do it”. My daughter is unlike my other two older children at this stage. She’s WAY more persistent and really knows what she wants. One of her nicknames is Boss […]Read More »

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