I'm a mom with school-aged children who works from home, so my days are pretty routine and predictable. A good chunk of those days is spent feeding people, cleaning up after people, or listening to people. All of this makes me pretty tired at the end of the day so I look forward to when the kiddos… Continue reading Traveling WithOUT Children
Since my oldest daughter was born nine (almost nine and a half) years ago, I really haven't had an abundance of child-free time. Now that I think about it, even before she was born my life was pretty kid-centric; in the years before she joined our family I worked at preschools, first in Miami and… Continue reading (un)prepared for the next stage
Monday my world will change forever. I will have two -- TWO -- children in elementary school. I can't decide whether to laugh or cry. I love being a mom. I have great kids. BUT. They make me tired. I love them so much that I want to give them everything I can. Everything I… Continue reading Summer Break 2015: This is The End
For the record: I adore my children. They are cool little people and I love that I get to be their mama. They make me laugh out loud and make me feel younger than I am sometimes. But: I am tired. My brain is having a hard time dealing with the non-stop chatter/arguing. I am… Continue reading Summer Break 2015: What Day is This and Where Am I?
In my twenties I discovered yoga makes my life better. Yoga practice calms me, gives me the space I need in my mind, helps me connect my brain and my body to each other. With ignorance I stumbled into a home practice, later finding classes and books and teachers to guide me bit by bit. Though… Continue reading A Path to Find Your Voice