Kayla Buchanan-Craig

Kayla Buchanan-Craig
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Kayla is a married mom of two boys, a three-year-old and a newborn. She has two cats, also male. She is currently living in Framingham. While she moved around a lot growing up she has always considered Massachusetts her home base. She graduated from the University of Vermont with a degree in Human Development and Family studies. Kayla works as the director of a PCA program, assisting people in Massachusetts with disabilities and other chronic conditions live as independently as possible. In her free time, when she isn’t reading, writing, or rewatching The Office, she is a chapter leader of the Framingham Dignity Matters branch, a nonprofit dedicated to making sure all women and children, regardless of their socioeconomic status, have access to period products.
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A Very Pandemic Holiday Season: Tips for Making It Through This Unconventional Year

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As we enter winter and outdoor activities start to slow to a crawl, it becomes harder to ignore that this year is different. During the warmer months I had been able to get involved...
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Spice Up Your Life: Favorite Things About Fall

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Happy October! Imagine walking down the street, wearing a light jacket the crunch of leaves beneath your shoes (or boots if you are feeling really basic). There is a light breeze in the air...
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My Love-Hate Relationship With Pregnancy

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From the moment I found out I was pregnant to the moment I delivered my kids, I struggled. Pregnancy was not this beautiful magical experience I had been promised. I suffered through terrible symptoms,...
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Dating Your Spouse During Quarantine: Tips for Prioritizing Quality Time Together

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On approximately the 106th day of the quarantine, I was starting to feel a sense of normalcy. Both of my children were napping, my husband was working, and I was catching up on my...

Building Your Own Mom Village

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If you’re a parent, chances are someone has said to you “It takes a village”. I used to instinctively roll my eyes at this every time I heard it. This is the oldest parenting...