So you had a baby. GREAT. Good for you. You grew an entire person in your body. Whoop-dee-freaking-doo. NOW MOVE ON WITH YOUR LIFE AND TAKE CARE OF YOUR BABY. >>Raise your hand if that's what it felt like for you after you gave birth.<< Admittedly I cannot see you, but I feel like there's… Continue reading Why It’s Hard to Be a Strong Momma (and How to Take Back Your Body)
When I was feeling ragey and confused during my college years, I would blast music from my CD player. I probably annoyed the other residents in my dorm, but I was the RA so I didn't care. The Singles soundtrack was my go-to CD to blast for tracks like "State of Love and Trust," "Birth… Continue reading seasons
I don't know if it was always this way or if this is just a product of modern marketing, but it seems like moms are usually depicted as all being the same. Like we all think the same way and like the same things. Get annoyed by the same things. Want the same things. The exception… Continue reading The Thing About Being a Mom
There was a time when I praised the invention of Facebook. That it helped me reconnect with friends from college and beyond was mind-blowingly-amazing. I was able to rekindle relationships with friends I had deeply missed. And it was truly all thanks to Facebook. During the past ten or so years that I've been on Facebook, my need… Continue reading So I deleted my Facebook app. Again.
What follows is a long story about our spring break last week. Skip to the end for links to posts from last week with discount codes you may have missed. Quit reading all together if the female body and all its wonders make you queasy. ************************************ We didn't have big plans for spring break this… Continue reading and then I was pooped on