For spring break, the children and I took a trip to my hometown in Arkansas. The kids were taken aback by the rust and decay of so many buildings in rural Arkansas. The weathering and littering of front porches intrigued them as such is not common where we live. In fact, our first night, they …
Find a way to slow down and think about your love for the people in your life. Think about why you love. Think about how you show your love. Think about the importance of that love.
You can’t compare your normal, every-day messy attempts at life to those perfected portrayals on social media or to the memories of pies perfected over a life time.
So, live your full-messy, not Facebook-worthy life!
I thought I would be better at this parenting thing. It’s not that it is harder than I thought. I’m not naive; I knew it would be hard! The issue is I thought I’d be better at dealing with the difficulties. I’m a highly educated woman. I can read and google. I thought that anything …
Summer’s coming to an end, and I have a summer time story for you. It has a spiritual lesson in kindness, gratitude, and our interconnectivity, but there’s more to this story than that. I hope you will indulge me as I tackle a new topic today. The story starts as just another fishing story from …
I’ll admit, though, I hadn’t done anything super intentional to reset my day. Nonetheless, the Universe sent a small miracle, which made me smile.
June 8, 2018
This video by Kristina Kuzmic was just too perfect for today. Even if you’re not a mom, I think you can figure out how to apply her tips to other situations. Also, check out more by @KristinaKuzmic at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQA1BP64hgYBVi3cHcKyG7A
I just finished the book, You are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life, by Jen Sincero. First of all, great book, I highly recommend it. Sincero talks a lot about the law of attraction, but especially in the final chapters. If you don’t know anything about the …
I’ve written a few blogs about our lovable lab mix, Jake. There’s another furry family member. His name is Biscuit. He’s my daughter’s bunny. He’s part Holland Lop and part Mini Rex. What that means is he’s a small size bunny and has ears that sometimes lay down, often stick out to the side, but …
Little Dude: “What if I grow bigger and bigger and you don’t live with me? How do you think I would feel? Sad, sad, sad!” Me:”Well, you are going to grow big and probably live with your own family some day, but I’ll still be your mommy.” Little Dude: “I know, you can live with …