“Smile” “You look prettier when you smile” “Smile, it can’t be that bad” “Show me that pretty smile” Never once in my career, during college, out in public, etc. have I heard these words said to a man. I hear one of these statements at least once a week. I am a person who tends… Continue reading An innocent question, or more?
There are so many horrible events in the news the last few days. I have no answers, but, my heart truly hurts with those that are hurting. A quick edition of Friday Favorites I am so excited that this weekend I get to go away with Joshua (aka Baby Daddy) for a night (THANK YOU… Continue reading Friday Favorites
There are weeks that I feel like things go fairly well, and there are others, that I end up at friday very disheveled, and just a bit beat up from the week. This week is for sure the latter. To break it down, I might be wearing a sports bra with my work clothes because… Continue reading Friday Favorites
Jillian Harris is a MAJOR girl crush for me! She hosts Love It or List It Vancouver and is a former Bachelorette. I think I admire her so much, because she has major hustle and seems to only endorse products or collab in items that she truly loves. By doing that, I place a lot… Continue reading Jillian Harris – New Collection Launched
There are times that I simply have to detach from the news and media. Stories of child trafficking, hunger, violence and abuse have a deep effect on me. I can read a story and then be put into a funk for the rest of the day. The story of the Stanford rape (Brock Turner) and… Continue reading A weight on me
I am so incredibly touched at the response to my post I published on Four years of counseling.. Lessons learned . This was an extremely vulnerable post to write, and the response I got reminded me why I do this – why I put myself out there for the world to read. If I can… Continue reading Friday Favorites
“There came a time when the risk to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” – Anais Nin I have been going to counseling for four years. Four years ago, I was in a very dark place. I had a son who was a year and a… Continue reading Four years of counseling.. Lessons learned