We are never really defeated

I woke up shortly after midnight with a slight chill. The air in the bedroom felt cold despite my blankets. The temperature was supposed to hover around zero and possibly dip below zero overnight. I tugged the blankets up a little higher around my chin and thought it looked dark. I was surprised because we … Continue reading We are never really defeated

Is it okay to wear my pajamas all day?

I am experiencing a lack of motivation. Why should I bother to get dressed if I am not leaving the house? I know, I know... no one wants to get caught in an emergency situation wearing dirty underwear. Isn't that what our parents used to tell us; to wear clean underwear in case you are … Continue reading Is it okay to wear my pajamas all day?

Life update: I am home with my baby…now what?

Writing this post, I have technically been a stay at home mom for 4 days. All weekend I found myself fighting against trying to do the long list of laundry, cleaning, shopping, prep for the week ahead, etc. I kept having to remind myself that I don't have to get everything done in 48 hours … Continue reading Life update: I am home with my baby…now what?

The truth about leaving your job

The truth? Here it is, cold and harsh. No matter how important we feel our job at our company is; no matter how hard we work; no matter how much time we invest, we are simply 'replaceable'. That's a hard pill to swallow. I struggled with my decision to leave my job. I felt guilty … Continue reading The truth about leaving your job

How to be the greatest parent in the world

This is a piece of advice I take solace in. When I was a new mother and scared I would be a bad mom or ruin my children's lives because of my own upbringing or flaws, I told myself I just needed to do one thing to be a success. To be a successful parent all … Continue reading How to be the greatest parent in the world

Social isolation and the working mom

When I became a mother, nearly everyone I met had left their job and became a stay-at-home-mom. Because I was still working, even if from home, I was unable to attend play groups, most library tot-times, LeLeche League meetings, and other events that help moms connect with other moms. When it comes to being a … Continue reading Social isolation and the working mom