I took my oldest son to his new high school to sign up for classes. Even typing the words doesn’t make it seem real. The baby boy that had the hiccups in my belly for what seemed like 9 straight months. The toddler who never stopped moving except to sleep which he only did at… Read More The Passing of Time
These last couple of weeks I’ve been reminded what it’s like to work full time outside of the home while trying to fulfill the duties and responsibilities of a stay at home mom. I know I’m preaching to the choir when I say it’s exhausting! To anyone considering going to work after staying at home… Read More Your Workout is Too Long! 5 Reasons to Workout 20 Minutes a Day
In an October 2014 article titled “Unused Vacation Days at 40-Year High”, author Amy Langfeld, paints a disappointing picture. According to a new study by Oxford Economics, Americans are using only 77% of their paid time off which in essence means we are working for free one week each year. What’s worse is that, as… Read More This is Trippy
Taking action can feel hard. It’s so much easier to sit in the When and Then Rut and talk yourself out of taking any action at all. For example, when it’s warmer, then I’ll get outside to exercise more. When we have more money, then we will get the repairs made on the house. When… Read More Get your Butt out of the Rut!
There’s a balancing act going on in my life and whether you’re conscious of it or not, I bet it’s happening in your life as well. First, a little history – fifteen years ago, my husband and I decided we’d like to be parents and knew from the get go that one of us would stay… Read More Balancing Time and Money