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What You Need to Know to Complete the CSS Profile

You can read Everything You Need to Know to Fill Out the 2023-24 CSS Profile on my College Prep Mom blog. In addition to filing the FAFSA, some schools and scholarships also require the College Scholarship Service Profile (CSS Profile). If that is the case, the school will share its CSS Profile code with you.  To … Read More

Coming up in October (Plus VIDA Face Masks Giveaway)

Happy October! I hope that September went smoothly for you and your families. Thankfully, my family is all settled into the new school year transition. Meanwhile, I have been hard at work planning out the remainder of the year which is my busiest season work-wise. I have 30+ recipes in my queue to share with … Read More

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What I’m Planning for Summer 2021

Do you have any plans for the summer? When asked, I didn’t have an answer to that question. This past week, I mainly rested and made loose plans for the next 10 weeks. Now, I have an answer. Overall, I just want to enjoy loving my husband and kids this summer. It’s our last summer … Read More

7 Takeaways From an Education Chat With Sal Khan

Since Google Classroom was one of the web services that NYC schools used to connect students and teachers earlier this year, I checked to see if there were any updates. While doing so, I tuned into the Google for Education’s Anywhere School event.  While I was able to get a better understanding of Google’s education … Read More


Mom in the City Mom in the City is a food and parenting lifestyle blog by Kimberly Coleman, a professional content creator, NYC wife, and mom of two teen sons. Kimberly has been blogging since 2005, and her site is a go-to resource for moms looking for quick, easy, and delicious recipes, as well as … Read More

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Celebrate National Soul Food Month With 13 Must-Try Recipes

June is National Soul Food Month. It is a great time to enjoy amazing soul food and its history. You can definitely celebrate by supporting a soul food restaurant.  There is something special about cooking dishes by African Americans and people from the African diaspora though. That is why I am sharing several of my … Read More

Thankful (Answered Prayers & Altered Plans)

My word of the year for 2021 is HOPE. With a little over 5 weeks left in the year, I’m thankful that many of my hopes have become reality. Biblical hope is not a mere desire for something good to happen. It is a confident expectation and desire for something good in the future. Answered … Read More

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Black History Month 2021 – Black History Is American History

Black History Month 2021 began on 2/1 and will end on 3/1. Although I think that the history of Black people should be remembered and celebrated every day, I still appreciate the acknowledgment. Last year, I prepared a Black History presentation for a Black History Month celebration. (I majored in African American history and sociology … Read More