lizbsmith

lizbsmith
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Born and raised in San Antonio, Liz is a UT grad who has called Austin home for 17 years. During the week she works full time in pharmaceutical sales, but otherwise can be found wrangling her two toddler boys, loading the dishwasher, trying to find time for a glass of wine with her husband and attempting to sleep. She also moonlights as a patient advocate for her younger son who was born with a rare syndrome. You can follow her family’s journey at www.happinesssyndrome.com and on Instagram @lizbarnettsmith.

Mom’s Guide to Indoor Summer Activities

The brutally hot days of summer are quickly approaching us here in Austin. Air conditioning bills are quickly rising, thoughts of moving to Colorado have probably crossed more than a few minds, and the...

Simple Earth Day Traditions

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National Pecan Day

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Pfeiffer Syndrome Awareness Month

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Meet Liz Smith

Meet Liz Smith My path to becoming a contributor to the Austin Moms Blog began in my hometown of San Antonio. In second grade, I wrote a poem about worms and carrots that won a...