home /hōm/ the place where one lives permanently, especially as a member of a family or household What does home mean to you?
Motherhood is quite a journey isn’t it?! How do you view motherhood? Do you view it as a tough season where you are just making it day to day? Do you view it as the greatest gift in the world and savor every stinking moment? Are you present each and every day? I know I try to be, but I know I’m not!
anx·ious /ˈaNG(k)SHəs/ adjective . experiencing worry, unease, or nervousness, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome.
Do you listen when people offer you their opinions? Do you let someone else’s opinion get under your skin? Do you sit with it for too long? If you’ve answered yes to any, this blog is for you!
Begin Recovery reached out to me and asked me if I would share my story. The time has come people. .DRUM ROLL PLEASE. It is about to get real. Grab a coffee, water, soda, and maybe a tissue.
Vulnerability is not knowing victory or defeat, it’s understanding both; it’s engaging. It’s being all in. Brene Brown
Do you ever feel like you have so many ideas of things you want to do, that you get stuck in a rut? I have done this for years. I will come up with this great idea, this vision, this great plan, and I’ll either Tell my husband about it and he thankfully will roll … Continue reading The Envelope System
I've thought a lot about this post, and whether or not I should be sharing this part of my life with others, but after time I've realized that I've already been open about my life to the world, and my new diagnosis is a blessing. It's a blessing because for years I've been searching for … Continue reading My Road to an ADHD Diagnosis at 30!
April is National Infertility Awareness Month, and it holds a special place in my heart. Though I may no longer be trying to conceive, the memories of trying to conceive are always present in many aspects of my life. Infertility helped me grow, it gave me wisdom, it taught me patience, and to see light … Continue reading Infertility Survivor . My Hope . .April.National Infertility Awareness Month.
I get asked a lot how I ended up pregnant naturally. I have PCOS, and I was told by many doctors that my chance of conceiving naturally were very poor. WELL, they were wrong. I had 2 kids naturally back to back! In this post I share just a couple simple things I did that I believe helped me conceive naturally!