In mid-May of this year I decided I wanted to go back to work full-time after over eight years at home with my children. At the beginning of August I started new job where I spend several days in...
Polycystic ovary syndrome {PCOS} is the most common hormonal condition among reproductive-aged women, and yet, there are so many persistent myths and misconceptions around what it is, what the diagnosis means practically, and how to treat it. Since PCOS...
  “Free yourself from perfectionism,” my good friend OT McAlpine wrote in her blog, before introducing award-winning parenting guru, L R Knost’s quote: Parenting has nothing to do with perfection. Perfection isn’t even the goal, not for us, not for our...
This summer, I drove 1,455 miles from Houston to northern Utah to visit one of my best friends. It was just me road tripping solo with my two kids, ages 4 and 1. Last month, I shared a few...
Apologies can be powerful, and research has shown that a meaningful apology can help deescalate conflict, build or rebuild trust, and improve relationships. Children are taught at an early age that to apologize is powerful. They are also taught...
By now, you've probably seen or at least heard about LuLaRich, a new documentary series on Amazon Prime. The four part series delves into the MLM {multilevel marketing company} LuLaRoe, best known for their "buttery soft" leggings, outrageous, limited...
Any Joe Schmoe could rave arbitrarily about the delectableness of Trader Joe's cookie butter or tell you to buy the buffalo-style chicken dip. But it takes a truly dedicated fiend to dig into the aisles and cultivate a vital...
Last June, I took a social media break. It didn’t quite go as planned. I hadn’t realized how many ways I was logged into my Facebook account, and how easy it would be to almost robotically log in to...

Who Are Your Sounding Boards?

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Several weeks ago my husband and I had a disagreement, which couldn't have been too serious because I don't even remember what is was about. However, what I do remember is my certainty that he was wrong and I...
I remember the day I came home from the hospital with my first baby snuggled in my arms. I looked down at his tiny little face, breathed in that delicious newborn smell, held him close and wondered...  What on earth...

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