Month: June 2018

Three Reasons Comparing Yourself to Others is Totally Ridiculous

Don’t lie. You know you do it. We all do it. One way or another, we all measure our “okay-ness” by comparing ourselves against other people. It’s human nature. And, lucky us, we all just so happen to live in a time when it’s never been easier to know every detail about every person we’ve […]

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Liebster Award Nomination

One of the reasons I have always enjoyed blogging is the opportunity to make connections with other inspiring writers and bloggers. I can’t tell you how surprised and excited I was when one of the fantastic people I’ve met nominated me for a blogging award! The Liebster Award is an online blogging award given to […]

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100 Years

You know, all I really wanted to write about this week was the fact that I got  super cute haircut. But I can’t do that. Instead, I think I need to tell you a story. I hesitate because it’s not necessarily my story to tell. But it is my children’s. And I am their voice […]

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Book Review: Party Girl by Rachel Hollis

Party Girl by Rachel Hollis Lake Union Publishing, 2014   Ever since I finished Girl, Wash Your Face last month (which rocked my ass off, btw) I have been dying to make time to read Party Girl. And I wasn’t disappointed. Landon Brinkey is a small-town Texas girl working like a maniac to make a name […]

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Five Reasons to Embrace an Unplanned Age Gap Between Your Kids

Secondary infertility sucks. It sucks for a lot of reasons but among the suckiest is that it’s not just about you having a baby. It’s also about your child having a sibling. The years just keep passing and not only are you getting older but so is your existing child. For a long time it ate me […]

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