Tiffany Harris

Tiffany is a bit of a wanderlust starting from her early years. She is the daughter of an Army veteran and was born in Georgia and has lived in Okinawa, Japan, Monterey, California, Dayton, Ohio and then spent the majority of her formative years growing up in Canton, Ohio where her parents were born and raised. For the last eleven years she has called Houston home. She's had some of her most transformative events happen here - her wedding and the birth of her twins. Over the years, even with children, she's continued to enjoy the friendly skies. She owes much of her traveling in the last ten years to visiting her younger sister who has lived in Okinawa, Japan, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Monterey, California, Muscat, Oman, and Cairo, Egypt. In her daily life, she is busy with her now five-year old twins {a boy and a girl} enjoying time with her engineer husband and spending time with friends. Tiffany is a fan of low-key spots in the city where she can enjoy a great cocktail or glass of wine.

The Consequences of Pregnancy: My Name Is. . .

On any given day at any possible moment, I hear the urgent and loud, “MOOOOM!” At other times, my duo will come to me quieter with a question, request, or story to tell. It’s...
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The Consequences of Pregnancy: Low, Low, Low Libido

This is a story about sex, well, more about not having sex. After giving birth to my duo, sex was the furthest thing from my mind, actually, both of our minds. My libido was...
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The Consequences of Pregnancy… Oh, Breasts! Where Art Thou?

Growing up, I remember seeing my mom’s breasts. In childlike fashion, I offered unflattering commentary about why her breasts looked “that way?” Without missing a beat or being sensitive to the slight, she did...

The Consequences of Pregnancy: The Day I Donated All of My Shoes

It took over two years to come to terms with the reality. I hoped and prayed that as time went on, something magical would happen. Wishing for a sudden reduction and I would wake...

I Take Pride in My Starbucks Habit

It’s confession time. . . again.  I know I’m not alone.  Or at least I hope I’m not alone. I’m often kidded about this. Hard eye rolls generally come from my husband. Snickers...
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In Defense of My Amazon Addiction

I know I’m not alone in this and many of us deal with it in silence as boxes pile up in our hallways and garages. For some of us, the justification is legitimate. For...
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My Battle with Uterine Fibroids

Uterine fibroids are noncancerous growths of the uterus that often appear during childbearing years. July is Uterine Fibroid Awareness Month.  This month is an opportunity for women (and men) to learn about a condition that can...
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Why I Failed At My Side Hustle

"Failure isn't fatal, but failure to change might be" - John Wooden In 2014, I started a side hustle-small business consulting. At the time, I was newly married, and we didn’t have children. The absence...
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Mother-ish: A Celebration of Women Who Stand in the Gap

Mother is a verb. It’s something you do. Not just who you are.” – Dorothy Canfield Fisher On this day we celebrate mothers. Mothers are traditionally considered caretakers of someone else in their charge. Those...
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I Have Plenty of Time: Sharing My Love of Music with My Kids

The date was April 21, 2016. I just landed in Denver, 21 weeks pregnant with my twins. I was not feeling great and learned that Prince Rogers Nelson, better known as Prince, was dead....