We may not all say it out loud. We may not all feel the same crisis either. But with certainty I can say most of us have felt this at some point in our lives. You know what I'm talking about. The me before kids. Remember her? She was carefree, maybe had a wild spirit … Continue reading Identity Crisis: Mourning The ME Before I Had My Daughter.
It is my last day being 29. I can't seem to wrap my head around it. Having a milestone birthday in the middle of a pandemic, and on Election day no less, has me in a whirlwind of emotions. It's crazy to think that tomorrow I'll be 30. I will have completed a whole decade … Continue reading Today is my last day in my Twenties
Image courtesy of @Littlemissmomma on Instagram It has taken me a couple weeks or so to gather my words for this. I originally had thoughts on the matter before Stevie left this world. But...after finding out that Stevie Lynn Stock passed away last week, my heart has felt heavy. Even saying her name is almost … Continue reading Stars for Stevie: Make every day count.
I think it's safe to say that no one has a harder time waking up than a parent. Even more so, a mother who has to get herself along with several of her kids ready all on her own and make it out the door on time for work. It's hard as hell! I only … Continue reading Morning Routine
Can we all just take a minute to say it out loud? Mom guilt! It's real and it's there. Everyday. For most moms anyways. But why can't we seem to just let go of it? It's funny how no matter how much we try to convince ourselves that we don't have it, we still do. … Continue reading Mom guilt
There was once a time where blogging was as simple as writing something on the very new internet, and pressing enter. Throwing it out into a world of the unknown. Not knowing who would see it or who would actually start following your writing. Blogging used to be more intimate, more sincere, and more individualized. … Continue reading Blogging isn’t what it used to be
If you are a San Diego local, chances are you know of the Little Italy Mercato. It's undoubtedly one of the best farmers markets to attend every Saturday morning; located in the the serene Little Italy part of Downtown San Diego. Upon entering Little Italy; you get an instant vibe of small village meets downtown … Continue reading The serene Little Italy Mercato
It's our biggest enemy yet arguably the most precious thing we have. Time works against us, for us, with us and is all around us. Funny enough, it's something we yearn for. And equally, it's something we despise. Time has always seemed to come and go, but even more so now that my life has grown. … Continue reading Time
Do you ever wonder if another mom in this world is thinking the same as you or going through the same thing as you? Chances are there are several other mothers going through what you're going through, or feeling what you're feeling. You know those feelings of loneliness, guilt, and being overwhelmed? You're not alone, … Continue reading Mom Friends
It's something that not many talk about. It's just sort of something that happens to you, without notice, without your control, and something that many just live with. And to be honest...I never thought it would happen to me. Postpartum anxiety/depression, A very real problem that happens to many women after giving birth. It's so … Continue reading The Reality of Postpartum Anxiety