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Mommy Has a Potty Mouth (and a Brave Soul)

Am I a perfect mom? No.Am I aiming to be a perfect mom? Helll no.  Confession time: This mama has a mouth of a sailor and a temper of a toddler when it comes to patience. I am a short fuse at best. Especially when it comes to having to repeat simple requests such as […]

An Open Letter to My Ex-Husband

To My First Love and First Heartbreak,  Do you remember the day we met? Like magnets, we were drawn to each other and our bond was a difficult one to break. But we eventually found our weak spot and hit our breaking point 15 years later. As preteens, we were so young and hopefully optimistic […]

Love, Marriage, Baby Carriage

“First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the baby in the baby carriage.” Who else remembers singing that tune on the playground in their cootie-fearing prime? But should we be implanting these ideas into the minds of young girls that this is the ideal goal in life? As a young girl, I dreamed of […]

Six Months to Live

Six months is equal to approximately 180 days, 4,320 hours, or 259,200 minutes. To some, six months seems to be an excruciatingly long amount of time. To others, six months may seem to go by in the blink of an eye. Think of how much or how little one can accomplish in six months. Unfortunately, […]

Getting Disordered Eating in Order

Personally, I believe you cannot fully love others well until you first give that love to yourself. Be mindful of the words that you are allowing yourself to hear, and the words of others that you allow yourself to dwell on. Around the time that I was in eighth grade, is when I first remember […]

Slay at Home – 8 Week Fitness Challenge

Do you remember those 2020 goals you set to get healthier and fitter? IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO MAKE IT HAPPEN. With many gyms and fitness studios still closed around the country and with social distancing the new norm, there has never been a better time than now to start your at-home fitness journey! Before […]

Gypsy Soul

It is safe to assume that most people probably haven’t experienced 21 different homes, 13 schools, and six different states during the course of their childhood. It always baffles me when I meet a person who has lived in the same state and city, let alone one house their entire life. Yet, there is part […]


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