The Bermuda Triangle of Parenting

This year as a mom has been a personal transformation. I’m coming to the realization that I’m not a mom of babies anymore and I’m mourning the loss of their baby fat and cries and snuggles and sniffles. In my rational mind I’m screaming at myself for saying I miss it because while I was... Continue Reading →


When I became a parent, I didn’t think about the fact that one day I was going to have to send my sweet little babies out into the world and their sphere of influence would exponentially grow beyond what I had filtered for them. Control freaks unite. Then when my daughter was in first grade,... Continue Reading →

Why Empathy is the key to happiness.

I hate to burst your bubble, but nobody noticed. Nobody cares as much about your life, your problems, your perspective, your struggles, and your wins as you do, nobody sees your flaws, nobody knew the difference between what you intended to say and what you actually said. Nobody noticed that your pants are tighter this... Continue Reading →

Working Mom Guilt

Sometimes I wonder why I’m so mentally exhausted at the end of each day. Ask my coworkers, after 3pm, my vocabulary goes from professional to third grade level. It’s not like I’m solving the problems of the world. I have a normal job, with normal stresses, and it’s totally manageable. But some days just kick... Continue Reading →

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