I’ve got a doozy of a post for you today, buckle in because it’s going to be a long one 🙂 . [Read more…]
Archives for July 2015
Our brains are like sponges, and they tend to thrive when we challenge them and allow them to soak up information that we expose them to.
While many of us enjoy challenging ourselves and learning new skills, I think that it’s not always feasible with everyday life to expect yourself to enroll in classes you have to attend in-person or pay thousands of dollars for. [Read more…]
Doing freelance work from the comfort of my own home while also getting to be a stay-at-home Mama to Little Miss has been the best fit for me and the life I wanted to create for myself.
I get to let my creative juices flow through my work while also seeing my baby reach all of her first milestones and spending a lot of time with her that I cherish.
I know that many of you have expressed interest in becoming self-employed and being able to work from home as well, which is why I occasionally like to share my own experience with taking the self-employment plunge. [Read more…]
I typically have another cup in the afternoon as well, sometimes there is even a third cup in there somewhere….but who’s counting?
My parents and grandparents have several cups of coffee throughout the day as well, and always have. So I think that my addiction is truly because caffeine runs through my veins 😉 .
I had a feeling that many of you may be dragging on this fine Monday morning as you start your work week, so I thought I would share with you an awesome list of 6 health benefits of drinking coffee that I found. [Read more…]
A few weeks ago I saw an infographic that depicts the top 10 regrets in life by those about to die, and I I knew that I just had to share it with you all. [Read more…]
Last week I had an especially daunting week as a Mom. I had a few days that felt extremely painful to just get through, much less be the usual fun and fully present Mom and Wife that I typically strive to be.
I felt really disengaged from my daughter and was in a funk that I just couldn’t seem to snap out of. l felt so guilty that I wasn’t being the best Mom I could be. [Read more…]
It’s easy to be stuck on autopilot and start to feel burnt out if you don’t make time to do nice things for yourself just because. [Read more…]
Labeling someone as “toxic” doesn’t necessarily mean they are emotionally abusive, but they do typically judge others, spread negativity, and have a gift for making you feel the exact same way after being in their presence.
A simple phone call or chat with them can leave you feeling heavy-hearted, stressed out, or in a foul mood. Who wants to feel like that?! [Read more…]