I love Facebook. I really do. But what I'm not loving is how much content I don't like is being jammed in my feed. The ads for sexually suggestive games and weight loss, the fake news, the grossly objectifying videos of women. I feel like I'm sifting through trash. While checking out a documentary on … Continue reading Why you should consider MeWe as a Facebook alternative.
Patience can empower you, but a total lack of it can destroy you.
Having a newborn in your home full-time when you weren't exactly planning on having one is a jolt to your reality.
We need to do something.
I will no longer lower my standards again to ghostwrite for another client. I took my listings down.
I wrote this a long while ago with the anticipation of giving it to a child of my own one day when the time was right. Right now, I’m a stepmom of two teens and foster mom to a newborn, so they’re at very different stages of their lives and I would love to also share it with them.
I haven’t been the best wife and partner, honestly. And this is the story about how I’m going to change that.
Who knows what brought you here. Maybe you're one of two or three people that aggressively follow my journey (I love y'all) because they genuinely feel invested in it and me. Maybe you're a total stranger. Maybe you're someone who lurks in my social media but we've never (or barely have) hung out offline. Whatever … Continue reading I want to be my own success story.
The first objective of the "Fix Your Hot Mess Challenge" is ensuring your home is a positive and welcoming space for you. For some of us, that's not a big challenge, especially if someone in the home (or yourself) has a more organizational bone. But for those of us who struggle in that department, it's a biggie.
That's a large part of why I am uncomfortable talking about what goes on in my life when I don't look at the root cause of what limits me. I am morbidly obese and have yet to honestly do something about it.