I recently blew out 40 candles. (Figuratively, of course. Who has that kind of time or air?) Entering a new decade of life is a time that already brings a lot of self-reflection. Add in that this milestone landed during...
Life is messy and painfully beautiful, sharp lines and soft finishes that sometimes blur together in an abstract shape that we can’t quite pull apart to see what lies beneath. Someone recently committed suicide and people thought it was me.  It...
Let's face it, staying motivated to be active in a consistent routine is difficult. Most of the time, the number one excuse is not having enough time to do it. Luckily, we've been given a little extra of that...
We all have different needs. Though I am an extrovert to the core, I enjoy having time alone for self-care as well. I never knew the power of developing as an individual until my late twenties. There were many...
COVID-19 has hijacked the world’s energy with intense catastrophic fear. How do you ease the anxiety of this pandemic? It is possible to be careful and take precautions without the mass panic. The hysteria leads to people buying all...
Turn on the TV, open up the internet, scroll Facebook, and it is a guarantee you will see multiple conversations surround the Coronavirus (COVID-19). As a mom, the information out there can be terrifying! There's enough media hype to...
I used to hate the word “triggered.”  I thought it was some pansy way of making an excuse to not “toughen up,” or persevere through a problem. Everyone says it so lightly, “I’m triggered,” and they use it to make...
All moms know that taking care of a sick baby is physically and emotionally exhausting. Your heart hurts as they sniffle, you feel worried when they cough, and you feel helpless as they lay in your arms at 3...
As a parent, it can be extremely difficult to watch your child suffer. It becomes even worse when you realize you don’t have the tools to help your child with what they’re going through. Before our daughter’s diagnosis of GAD...
It’s been a little over a year ago since my father-in-law died unexpectedly. I had a two and three-year-old at home when we got the horrible call that he had passed away. My husband immediately packed his bag and...

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