Jody Vitali

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Jody and her family made the change from big city life in Chicago to the suburbs of Charleston and couldn't be happier! With an undergraduate degree from Elon University, and a Masters in Counseling from DePaul University, Jody's career path took a different turn when given the opportunity to take over ownership of Charleston Moms. This new adventure has left Jody with so much excitement for continuing the great work that CM has already started, and also very little free time as any business owner knows! In between balancing the responsibilities of being a WAHM, Jody enjoys spending time/keeping up with her two young daughters, date nights with her husband Rob, practicing yoga, exploring Charleston, and indulging in some retail therapy.

Can We Please Stop Telling Moms That They Can Do It All?

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Anyone else really tired of being told that as moms, we can do it all? Because it sounds like what you're actually saying is that what I'm doing isn't enough. And guess what? Maybe I...

The BEST of Charleston Moms :: Top 10 Articles of 2021

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As 2021 comes to a close, our Charleston Moms team is taking a moment to reflect on all that this year has brought for us. We welcomed nine wonderful new contributors and what an...

To the Moms Struggling to Make it Through the Holiday Hustle, I See You

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To the moms waking up in a panic in the middle of the night with a holiday shopping list of who to buy for dancing in their heads, I see you. To the moms braving...

A Guide to Apple Picking in the Carolinas!

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Growing up in New England when I think of fall, I tend to think about all of the traditional fall things…the leaves changing colors, warm sweaters, chilly nights, and allllll the apple recipes! However,...

Resource Roundup :: Explore South Carolina

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While there are plenty of things to do, see, and explore around Charleston, there are also lots of places to find adventure throughout our beautiful state of South Carolina. Whether you are looking for...

Why I’m Grateful for My Chronic Illness Diagnosis

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When my second daughter was just a few months old, I began to experience unfamiliar symptoms, mostly gastrointestinal-related, but also terrible joint pain, bumps on the back of my tongue, and extreme fatigue that...

The Mommy-Daughter Journal: Another Way to Communicate With Tweens

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My daughter is quickly approaching the age where her questions and thoughts are starting to get more complicated and our conversations deeper. Between adolescence, the state of the world, and everything in between, I...

Common, but Not Normal: When It’s Time for Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

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Let's be real for a minute here, okay? If you've had a baby, there's a good chance that you've peed yourself at some point. Maybe jumping on the trampoline with your kids, or doing jumping...

Moms to See in the 843: Rebecca Rosage

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Hey moms! We're so excited to bring you another edition of our Moms to See in the 843 series! We love sharing more about these moms/business owners/community activists/all-around amazing women that are doing important...

This Is Exhaustion I’ve Never Felt Before

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Exhaustion is nothing new to us moms. We've made it through sleepless newborn nights exhaustion, toddler sleep regression exhaustion, and up all night worrying exhaustion. We've felt the exhaustion that comes with going back...