I have eleven drafts going on my blog. I’ve opened them, wrote, edited, deleted. I officially have, not just writer’s block, but brain block. Spoiler: this post is not sharp-toothed or insightfully written, it’s an open forum to share your point of view with me,if you so desire (which I hope you do!). I told […]Read More Shot.
This one gets a little philosophical, but a nice refresher to never doubt yourself as a mom. Ever. As a parent, or soon-to-be, you’ll receive lots of advice and opinions you didn’t ask for. Sometimes all you can do is just smile and nod. On Being a Working Mom, Stay at Home, Part-Time, Full-Time – […]Read More Fear & Loathing Through Parenthood, Part 3: Separation, Time, and Watching your Baby Grow
Yesterday was the end of an era for me. It was my last day at a job that I loved. Honestly, I never had a hard time leaving a job before. Usually I chuck the deuces and shout “peace out” after I set my desk on fire and leave an upper decker in the women’s […]Read More Be the Game
This is a valuable lesson I picked up a couple years ago. It started by double checking emails before hitting “send”. It’s made me not only a more effective communicator, my writing has improved and it’s helped me to slow down. So often it seems people feel the need to rapid fire back with responses. […]Read More Double Check Your Shit
Part 1: Real Notes About Becoming a Parent I was 32 when I became pregnant. I was terrified of it, but I’ve always been terrified of pregnancy and babies. I’m not sure why because I babysat a ton when I was younger and I was the oldest out of three and had a shitload of […]Read More Fear & Loathing Through Parenthood
Or “samezies” or “you’re not alone, high momma” ? I was minding my business, catching up on my blogging fundamentals for WordPress in betwixt checking some other emails in my endless inbox. I clicked on something from Sephora (sure, queue the Halloween theme music b/c that killed any productivity). I found myself on this product. […]Read More Can I Get a “Yeah Girl”?