Sometimes I like to play hide and seek with my kids.
Except they don’t know we’re playing. Or that I’m hiding. Continue reading “If You’re Feeling Burnt Out, Discover Why Mothering Matters”
When I brought my first daughter home from the hospital, I couldn’t have imagined the ups and downs that would quickly become part of my life. I remember so clearly the first day my husband went back to work. There I was, at home with a little person. Not alone, yet feeling very lonely.
Continue reading “Overcoming Loneliness”
I’m sure you’ve heard terms like “Life is a journey”, “Even the best laid plans don’t always work out” or “Things don’t always go along in life as you expect”…
So, what do we do when life turns an unexpected corner? Continue reading “Shift and adjust…”
Motherhood – What’s the big deal? I work full-time and I help out around the house. All the mother of my children does is… everything else. Continue reading “Motherhood – What’s the big deal?”
My day did not start well. By 9:30am I was sitting on my kitchen floor crying my eyes out… Continue reading “Some days…”
Have you ever felt reallllly sad, mad, or just plain bad? Whether it was feeling terrible about yourself or overwhelmed with life. Perhaps you were extremely tired and you just couldn’t seem to change your mood for the better.
It is hard enough trying to manage our own emotions let alone trying to teach our children to manage theirs. Am I right?! Continue reading “Help! My emotions are owning me!”
Tired of listening? Just don’t care anymore?
I’ve got just the list for you! Follow this and we’ll have you not listening in no time! Here we go. Continue reading “The Bad Listeners Guide for Anyone (willing to listen)”
The box of tissues made me laugh.
They were the first thing I noticed when we walked into the marriage counsellor’s office that day. That neat box of tissues, sitting in the middle of the table, between the water jug and two glasses.
I suppressed a chuckle. Does he think we’re going to end up in tears? I wondered silently. Continue reading “The Most Courageous Decision I’ve Ever Made”
I read somewhere recently that there were certain things that you should do in your 20s to avoid regrets in your 30s and 40s.
Well, it’s too late for me, I just turned 41, and so I read on to see what I had missed out on :D. Continue reading “Reframing regret, and other u-turn moments”
So, it’s been a rough few months for our family. We’ve had unexpected things go wrong, new schedules that we can’t keep up with, and seemingly a hundred appointments that I have either forgotten, misplaced or written down as the wrong day. Continue reading “Not okay, and that’s okay”