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The pursuit of Happiness.Also known as the never-ending Guilt Trip.I know what I need to be happy. I just have to get it.The next job, the next marriage, the next house, the next pair of jeans.Next, next, next, next.I feel anxious already. Can I accomplish all this? Will I ever be a great person, parent, […]Continue reading
I want my kids to chase their dreams.And catch them. I had to stop caring about stuff to make that happen.No, I didn’t quit my job. I have kids to feed. But, I want my children to be strong, caring people that are willing to go outside their comfort zones because that’s where their greatest joys will […]Continue reading
I have a love-hate relationship with the whiteboard calendar on my fridge.The calendar looks harmless. It’s even kind of attractive at times. Colorful dry-erase marks decorate almost every square.Each color represents the most important things in the world to me.Herein lies the complicated matrix we refer to as The Family Calendar.Blue is for my husband. […]Continue reading
You’re stuck with her. She’s The One True Best Friend. A great bestie is the best relationship you’ll ever have. She’s always got your back, wants the best for you, and doesn’t need you to put out. We all have that one person. The one you can call in the middle of the night, who […]Continue reading
I’m back on Scary Mommy for Part II of the Unmarried Moms saga.Frenemies of the Unmarried Mom. Read it here on Scary Mommy.Don’t Forget…If you haven’t joined the community yet, now’s the time! You’ll be notified when a new post is up, and receive complimentary access to our Free Report: The 2 Magic Words That […]Continue reading
I am an unmarried mom, in a committed relationship. The Chief and I live happily together in mortal sin, and our two year old daughter is blissfully unaware her parents are going to burn in the fiery depths of hell because of her creation. Although, we were already screwed by the very nature of making […]Continue reading
Moving beyond the subject of motherhood is tough. Really tough. I love everything baby and parenting related, but a dinner party made me realize I had become obsessed. I’m over at Ravishly.com, where “there is no wrong way to be a woman.” (Great motto, Ravishly!) I’m talking about finding the “real me”, after the “baby me”. […]Continue reading