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When Today was a Dumpster Fire

When today was a dumpster fire, it helps to have some perspective.

On Working Mom Life, Setting Intentions, and Knowing What To Do When All Else Fails   Today was a dumpster fire. A real tons of burning trash, everything is terrible, no good very bad day. But before we get to Read more…


5 Reasons It’s Totally Okay To Cry Over Spilled Milk

5 reasons it's okay to cry over spilled milk.

Sometimes Spilled Milk Is Kind of a Big Deal   The saying goes “there’s no use crying over spilled milk.” It’s not supposed to be taken literally, I get that. But I really think we need a better saying to Read more…


7 Stages of Preparing for House Guests When You Have Kids

7 stages of preparing for house guests when you have kids

Having house guests is always fun. Lots of quality time, lots of laughs, and lots of extra hands to steer your children away from the stove. The challenging part is the preparation leading up to guest arrival day. When you Read more…


The Mommy on the Bus Cries Wah Wah Wah

I had the perfect solution for my trip to New York City, the bus. Minimal driving, maximum writing/staring out the window pretending that I was in a really deep movie about finding yourself. Plus it came with a reasonable price Read more…


0 Helpful Spring Cleaning Tips to Make You Feel Better About the State of Your Home

There are lots of articles about spring cleaning circulating around the internet right now. Which makes me want to dust. But also REALLY not want to dust. I’ll cut to the chase here and let you know this post will provide Read more…


It’s Just Like Riding a Bike, Easily Forgotten and Painful

It's just like riding a bike, easily forgotten and painful

Oh “It’s just like riding a bike,” huh? Really? REALLY!?   Both of my kids are learning to ride bikes right now. Jack is on a balance bike and Norah is rocking a tricycle. I’m all for getting them onto Read more…


How You Doin’: The Business of Busyness

The business of busyness

“How are you?” says Person A. “Busy” says Person B, in a frenzied state of self absorption assuming everyone else in the world is currently managing only one task at a time and taking breaks to eat bonbons. Oh, and Read more…


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