Strength, Wisdom, Resilience

Gratitude Sunday I’ve slipped away from writing for a bit. I don’t know whether it was the erratic schedule that threw me off at first, the following extra difficult workweek, or perhaps it was the logical and necessary recovery period following catharsis caused by letting out all that I have been writing in my heard… Continue reading Strength, Wisdom, Resilience

My Ingredients for the Sometimes Perfect-ish Family

Sometimes I feel like I am the last person that should be writing inspirational anecdotes about my life.  Half the time I am losing my mind and the other half I lost an actual tangible item and I seem to constantly walk around in circles looking for either, or both. There are days when I… Continue reading My Ingredients for the Sometimes Perfect-ish Family

Teaching Your Children to Win at Relationships Even if You Failed

If you were lucky enough to have been raised by a happy and healthy married couple, you probably take a lot of what you learned from them for granted. We as children, take in everything from our surroundings, often not realizing that our brain is working behind the scenes making new associations and forming new… Continue reading Teaching Your Children to Win at Relationships Even if You Failed

9 Parenting Tips for the Wise (Ass) Parent

Parenting is rewarding, amazing, fulfilling, and all those other things they say. Well, as much as I love my children and agree, at times, parenting is definitely a challenge. Although I was the baby in my own family, between baby sitting and extended family functions, I have grown up with plenty of experience dealing with… Continue reading 9 Parenting Tips for the Wise (Ass) Parent