As a child I great up with that saying "sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me." And that's what we were led to believe. Yet, that's not exactly true is it. I think we've learned a ton in the recent years that words hold much power than we thought.… Continue reading Sticks and Stones
It’s the most wonderful time of year, that’s what all the songs tell us and as a child there’s nothing quite as magical as the Christmas season. And as an adult, I’m kind of sad that this year I’m just really struggling to fully engage that spirit. It’s been a long year, but a very… Continue reading Tis the Season
I was at a company event recently chatting with one of my clients. We were talking about football teams and our kids and I mentioned that my son is an OU fan even though his Dad, Mom and me are all OSU fans. The client looked at me and said so what's his mom's name?… Continue reading Do It for the Kid
As of late, Demi Lovato’s “Confident” has become my theme song. Now, I know that this song is not exactly innocent in nature BUT the way I see it whether it’s in the bedroom or in everyday life what really is so wrong with being confident and knowing what you want? Let’s backtrack on why… Continue reading What’s Wrong with Confidence?
This is hard for me to write and I’ve been trying to spell it out for a few weeks. It’s even harder for me to admit, because I made a lot of harsh judgments against kids with ADHD and their parents when I was younger but I had ZERO idea what it was actually like.… Continue reading Where I’ve Gone Wrong With ADHD
I feel like a huge apology is needed, because I totally ghosted you. 2018 has been a great but BUSY and CRAZY year. If you've followed me from the beginning of my blog, let me start by saying I ROCKED my 80 day program and lost 23 pounds and 14 inches. All I can say… Continue reading Where Did You Come From, Where Did You Go?
Something I may not have touched on here is that James and I co-parent with Eli's mom and step-dad. We get him Tuesdays, Thursday and every other weekend and she gets him on the opposite days. While I don't know that this will be ideal as he continues to get older, it works well for… Continue reading A Week, or Two, Off Schedule