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Inspiring Personal Development Books for the Dreamers

Inspiring Personal Development Books for the Dreamers #bookreview

5 Books That Put The Heart, Soul, and Laughs Into Personal Development   Ever since I was a little kid, I have followed the advice of Reading Rainbow. “Take a look, it’s in a book!” I devoured books, and oftentimes Read more…


Making Money Blogging Without Being Obnoxious

Making money blogging without being obnoxious with Fomo Publishers Network

Taking My Blog From Hobby to Business with Advertising   If there is one part of blogging that I’ve been super squeamish about, it’s not the sharing of personal stories, or being a goofball, or the technical stuff. I’ve even Read more…


Sleep When I’m Dead: Big Kid Bed The Sequel

Losing sleep can take it's toll, but it can also lead to some laughs. So I guess I'll sleep when I'm dead.

Dear Sleep, Both Kids are in Beds Now. I’ll See Ya When I See Ya.   My dear, sweet, angel 2 year old has developed an adorable new habit – getting out of her bed 1.5 million times a night. Read more…


Don’t Forget To Say Thank You: An Author’s Advice on Finding the Sweet Spot

Don't Forget To Say Thank You Lindsay Schlegel

Recently I had the great privilege of reading an advanced copy of Lindsay Schlegel’s new book – Don’t Forget To Say Thank You:¬†And Other Parenting Lessons That Brought Me Closer to God. I’m currently anxiously awaiting the release date, August Read more…


Erma Bombeck Thinks I’m Funny

Erma Bombeck - the godmother of parenting humor

Last week a piece I wrote about moving an elliptical machine into our house was published on the Erma Bombeck Writers’ Workshop site. When I found out it had been accepted I lost my chill. ALL of it. Why? Because Read more…


What’s Wrong With Being (Mostly) Confident?

confidence With Love and Little Self-Deprecation

Mother’s Day started at 1:43am in our house. With vomit. I don’t know what was going on with our 1 year old, seemed like a boot and rally situation. But it was definitely a two parent level boot. Glen got Read more…


1 Year of Love and Self-Deprecation: A Blogiversary

1 year of love and self-deprecation: A blogiversary

It’s been 365 days since I hit publish on my very first blog post. And 364 days since I realized that I had made at least two grammar mistakes. And 363 days since someone actually read that post. And 362 Read more…


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