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What Motherhood Has Taught Me….

A mom shares lessons learned as she juggles her family and career….

The Over-40 Mommy Weight Loss Challenge….

Throughout my life I have always been physically fit, active, and for the most part - in shape.  Except for a blip in college (hello freshman 15) and being pregnant, I never really had to worry about my weight or... Continue Reading →

And in her goodie bag was a whistle. Are you kidding me?

So my daughter came home from nursery school all excited today because in her cubby was a goodie bag.  And in this goodie bag were all sorts of cute little trinkets that ranged from a bracelet, to a ring, to... Continue Reading →

The Common Thread….

I read a post this morning off of the "Mommy Doesn't Lie" blog and it really resonated with me as a mom (I encourage you to read the post).  In this blog, the mom referred to herself as a broken... Continue Reading →

Breathing a sigh of relief

If you had the opportunity to read my last blog post you'll remember that a slight hiccup was enough for me to momentarily question whether or not I might be pregnant.  I am in fact - Not.  Relieved - yes... Continue Reading →

What if I am Pregnant – at 41?

So a few months back I had a heart to heart with my OB-GYN regarding the birth control pill I had been on for the last 3 years.  In a nutshell I told her how much I hated it.  I... Continue Reading →

New Year, Same Old Challenges

I approached 2018 with cautious optimism.  In my head I had plotted out how I hoped this new year would unfold.  My marriage would somehow get easier.  My husband and I would start communicating better.  He might actually be interested... Continue Reading →

I think I suck at being a mom….

Being a mom is supposed to (or so I thought) bring about some great joy and fulfillment to the life of a woman who has embraced it's blessings.  At least that was the illusion (or maybe delusion of grandeur) I... Continue Reading →

My Mid-Life Crisis

I just read the most fantastic article titled The New Midlife Crisis - Why (and How) It's Hitting Gen X Women by Ada Calhoun, and couldn't help but think - "Holy shit I am not crazy but rather I am... Continue Reading →

When I am sick….Points to Ponder

As moms and wives we are the glue that holds it all together.  We are the cooks, the cleaner-uppers, the bill -payers, the chauffeurs, the enforcers, the organizers, the supporters, the cheerleaders, the nurses of boo-boos and illnesses, and we... Continue Reading →

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