I recently listened to a Tim Ferriss podcast featuring Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson. I have to admit, prior to the podcast my limited exposure to Dr. Tyson was from an episode of the Big Bang Theory, when Raj referenced him on a podcast and tried to spin in into a ‘celebrity’ twitter feud. What I
Category: Momin’ Ain’t Easy
This weekend my family participated in a 5K which will forever hold a place in my heart. We are a fairly active family and participate in physical fitness events regularly, but this one was different. This event was honoring my girls and their giving hearts. As I’ve written in the past, instead of birthday gifts
How do you change the world, when the world doesn’t move at the pace you hope? Well you go home.
There has been one consistent theme on Valentine’s Day, as long as I can remember, my parents loving me. Growing up, my mom was a Pinterest mom, and Pinterest wasn’t even close to being invented. She always went above and beyond, and still does. Every year, my dad asks my sisters and I to be
Through out this month, and over the past year or so I have been focusing much of my intent on gratitude. In fact, the entire year of 2017, gratitude was my focus on my personal My Intent Project. Through my gratitude journal and daily experiences I have tried to find something to be grateful for
The focus of May was on my parenting, and one of my goals was to teach each of my daughters a new skill. The biggest of this focus was going to be on Potty training my two year old. I have been dreading this, and therefor procrastinating. I think in many ways I still am
May is Mental Health Awareness month, and also my month of focusing on being a better parent. One aspect of being a good parent, is taking care of oneself. It’s like what they say on airplanes, you have to put your mask on before you can help others. With the month of May coming to an end, I feel like this is a perfect time to touch base on mental health and it’s affect on being a mom.
I was recently involved in a conversation with a few other moms, about discipline and how to get you child to listen to you. One of the friends was discussing how she genuinely struggles with her strong-willed child; the little guy is as sweet as can be, but she struggles with getting him to follow
During a dinner conversation with my dad a few years ago, he asked me what I wanted for our girls as they grow up; what characteristics I would want them to personify? He then told me to write them all down, and consciously work to ensure the girls develop these qualities and attributes. I have
I have been struggling with this month’s happiness project. When I chose this months project, parenting, I envisioned reading some books, listening to podcasts, and experiencing a total family transformation. I pictured asking my girls to clean their rooms and them skipping away while singing the clean up song. I pictured them happily eating vegetables