Like one of my favorite Salvador Dali quotes states, "Have no fear of perfection, you will never reach it". In today's world of being a mom/parent there is this immense pressure to reach this unattainable "perfection". It's almost as if everyone seems to be trying to achieve or portray that they're achieving. For instance, say … Continue reading I’m not perfect, I’m real
As soon as you become a mom, you quickly learn that what was once super easy choices are now toss-ups between super important things. Eat or take a shower, take a shower or clean the house. Take a nap or clean. Go to the park since you know your kids REALLY need to get out … Continue reading Decisions, Decisions
It came out of nowhere. I was fine on Monday, and then Tuesday morning my throat hurt, and I was sneezy and sniffly. I felt crappy but as the day went on, it only got worse. The next morning, I woke and still wasn’t feeling well but no sick days for moms. I have no … Continue reading No sick days for Moms
Photo by Wellington Cunha on Pexels.com Okay, so I kind of dropped the ball on this blog thing but I may have found it when it comes to finding my purpose. It could be too early to tell, but I do feel that I am onto something and I'm hopeful that if my idea isn't … Continue reading Dropped the ball
My life is the personification of unfinished projects right now. This blog for instance, is just a work-in-progress. I am not consistent with it, nor do I have anything planned out - It's all on a whim. Much like my thoughts throughout the day, my dishes, laundry, and household in general is just a culmination … Continue reading Unfinished Projects
First of all, I want to start by saying that I am using this online platform as my "diary". I remember the days of my youth when I had a lock with a key for my precious thoughts. Nowadays, we plaster our innermost thoughts all over the net for the world (or at … Continue reading Privacy? What is Privacy?
I remember being in my twenties and wondering what it would be like to be a stay-at-home mom. I honestly didn't think it was in my future then. At that time, I was single, living on my own (with a roommate) and working in a business office, trying to figure out my next move … Continue reading The not-so-glamorous parts of motherhood