Intentional: Done with intention or on purpose. Sounds easy enough, right? This word kept popping into my head when I started dreaming about what our next year would like. As you read in my post about 2018, there was a lot of change for us that kind of just happened. We found ourselves in a … Continue reading Intentional, 2019 Word of the Year
2018. What a year. It's coming to a close and I always like to take the last few days of the year to reflect upon things before the fresh and exciting promises of a new year begin. Change. 2018 was a year of change for us. We didn't yet know exactly how much our lives … Continue reading 2018, A Year In Review
Going through the past seven years of Motherhood has taught me a lot. Let's be clear though, you never stop learning. And this little advice piece I am writing should have a big ole disclaimer at the bottom stating something like, "read at your own risk. the author is in no way shape or form … Continue reading Motherhood Advice to my former self
I am going to do something a bit different right now. I am literally pouring this post out straight from my heart. Sometimes things just come to me all of the sudden, but I feel as if these words have been being etched onto my heart for some time now just waiting to make their … Continue reading The Season of YES
Whole 30. An elimination diet used to figure out what type of foods your body is sensitive to and also a way to reset your relationship with food. No grains, no dairy, no sugar, no alcohol. Of any sort. This eliminates any and all sorts of processed food along with the thousand sneaky names that sugar and … Continue reading Whole 30: My Complete Review
I am at that stage in life/age where I find myself scratching my head a lot and saying things like, oh wow, my mom used to say that or I sound just like my mom. The truth is, I think we all reach a point in life where our past meets our present and sometimes … Continue reading Mom Quotes: The things you never thought you would say. Until you did.
Being a working mom for the last 6 years has provided me with many moments of both joy and challenges. Longing for the day when I could stay at home with my kids while equally loving the work that I was doing. Feelings of guilt at the same time as feelings of relief. Making the … Continue reading 5 Tips for Transitioning from Working Mom to Stay at Home Mom