Acknowledging your mistakes is often a scary and nerve wracking thought. And you might be thinking “OMG, if I have to do that I’m going to have a panick attack”. I hear ya, I totally get it. But stick with me for a minute here. Not that long ago I made a big mistake at … Read more
If you are like me it seems that being attached to your cell phone in a permanent way is common these days. It’s almost like our phones have become an extra appendage. And when statistics state that over 90% of North American’s are purported to own cell phone, and over 75% of those are smartphones. … Read more
I’ve been trying to do a post a day for the month of May 2018. Now this may not seem like a lot of work to some, however working with the demands of being a Mom and Wife and all that comes with that plus working to build this blog can take a lot out … Read more
These days I live for that moment when I get to pick up my little boy from daycare. There is that quick happy shout of “Mom” in the most adorable voice I’ve ever heard. Followed by the pitter patter of little feet racing to meet me. Sometimes he has to be restrained from leaping down … Read more
There is a famous line from Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet “What’s in a name? A rose by any other name would smell as sweet…” where Juliet goes on to describe her new found love of Romeo. And yes, when we speak of things like roses and trees and the other objects in this world I … Read more
I never really thought that going on maternity Leave would help me build a better relationship with myself. I mean really, the concept had never crossed my mind as even being compatible. Maternity Leave, after all, is meant to help you heal after birth and help you bond with a new baby…. not figure out … Read more
during my time dealing with abuse I learned that my voice didn’t matter. I’m sure some of the message was given to me by media … But it was driven home by a relationship that said “I love you, but you really shouldn’t be yourself”. Maybe not in those words, but in a tone of little ways and actions and events.
If you’ve given up on your childhood dreams you may not remember what they are now. Or they may have grown up into something new you hadn’t thought of yet.
Most of of us are taught to conform to other people’s expectations, often we are molded and shaped to to pursue something that leaves us cold and empty inside.