Think of the last time you wanted something so much it hurt. Was it something small? Perhaps a trip? To learn a new skill? Was it something big? A dream job? To have a baby? We all have different desires and passions in this life. We all have an idea of what failure looks like.
We arrived in Idaho a few days ago. We traveled up here from southern California to visit our family in their new home. This is my first time to Idaho, but not my first experience with cold and snow as I lived a few years in North Dakota. It is really fun to travel with
‘Tis the season to travel. And if you have kids, chances are they are coming along with you. So buckle up and get ready to make the drive with newfound confidence and if all else fails, just bring some earplugs. In all seriousness here are some of the things I have found make being in
Self care is something I am really passionate about. The reason I am so passionate about it is because I used to completely neglect my wants and needs thinking I had to be a martyr to be a good mom. This is so untrue! Self care simply means making sure your basic needs are met
It is a cruel joke of a – a higher power, mother nature, biology – blame who you want – that moms can get sick. Here’s why: Moms Do Not Get Sick Days: If you hold a traditional job and you get sick, you possess the ability to call in to work and take a