Life, mental health, Personal Opinions, Writing

Authentically not Vulnerable in 2020

I was prepared to sit down and let loose a bleeding heart diatribe that has become...to be very honest...familiar. Painfully familiar. Not from me, necessarily. Granted, I’ve had my moments where I’ve been brutally honest about the problems I’ve faced but overall, I don’t spend a whole lot of time being “vulnerable.”  And then I… Continue reading Authentically not Vulnerable in 2020

mental health

It’s Okay to Not Care

It's been a week...and it's only Tuesday. This week started out on a serious high which could be why I'm crashing so bad right now. I opened up a novel I'm working on to crowdfunding which, in itself, is extremely anxiety provoking. I usually hang onto my work until it's finished. At work, I'm constantly… Continue reading It’s Okay to Not Care

anxiety/depression

Unprofessional Tips for Coping with Panic Attacks

I’m going to start off with a little necessary disclaimer. The advice I’m about to give is not professional advice, nor is it meant to be taken as such. It’s advice based on my personal experience with panic disorder and with the incredibly not fun attacks that come with it. I recently posted an article… Continue reading Unprofessional Tips for Coping with Panic Attacks

Writing

Ramblings with a Point

There are few things (non-child related) that I enjoy more than a quiet house, a cup of coffee and an overall sense of motivation. It’s post holidays, the girls are at school and Sadie, our new-ish long haired gray kitten is keeping me company while heat blasts against my feet and legs from the box… Continue reading Ramblings with a Point

Country Living, Parenting

Mommy Heaven

There is a Mom Heaven. It exists. I have found it. Okay, maybe not everyone’s “Mom Heaven” but certainly mine. And Heaven is the only way I can explain it. It happened last Friday. The Hubs was home and I had an errand to run in the city. Boy, if that doesn't make me sound… Continue reading Mommy Heaven