There’s no real forgiveness on the internet


I couldn't delete all traces of the post I accidentally published late last night (well, technically, early this morning). That's how the internet rolls. You can't delete things entirely. No matter how much you pray and cry and confess your sins and try to satisfy the demands of justice by doing anything anything in your … Continue reading There’s no real forgiveness on the internet

My 2018 hashtag (better than a list of resolutions)


This year, my hashtag of choice is #becausehappiness. Instead of writing a list of resolutions, I'm going to learn about and share things related to happiness. I like this way of doing things. It works for me. Granted, for my hashtag last year, #yearofbeautiful, I didn’t put together as many posts as I envisioned in … Continue reading My 2018 hashtag (better than a list of resolutions)

daily habit tracker to feel more confident – #yearofbeautiful


It's time to get back on track with my #yearofbeautiful initiative, and this time, I'm working on my goal of FEELING more confident. To do this, I wanted a visual that shows areas where I rock. It will also show areas where I am skipping out so I'm hoping that means if I'm not feeling … Continue reading daily habit tracker to feel more confident – #yearofbeautiful

3 mom myths that fuel my “mommy guilt”


Fake news. Do you see that phrase often enough these days? I think it's an outcome of one of the biggest issues we face today: misinformation. "Beware of the person who can't be bothered by details," said William Feather. (Cool name, huh? Bill Feather.) I'm sure each industry is ripe with misconceptions that are upheld … Continue reading 3 mom myths that fuel my “mommy guilt”

3 new things I’ve learned to live authentically


The second item on my #yearofbeautiful list is to live authentically. Something that I did for that was for a life coach session with the fabulous Julie de Azevedo Hanks. I have an entire page of thoughts and notes from Skyping with her. If you want your own page of notes, I think you should … Continue reading 3 new things I’ve learned to live authentically