Hiding Your Pain

I saw a meme today, saying something to the effect of "Don't let others see you struggle. Just get through it and be an inspiration when you succeed." For the life of me, I can't find it again so you'll have to take my word for it. A few people commented with enthusiastic agreement. I … Continue reading Hiding Your Pain

Picard, A Review

*Possible spoilers ahead but probably not if you saw any commercial about the show. 🙂 So who is watching Picard? When I first heard about it, I was excited, of course. But also a little worried. What if it's not good? Since Patrick Stewart is the only former, regular character on the show, there is … Continue reading Picard, A Review

A New Hair-Do Can Change Your Whole Outlook On Life

It is a universal truth (if it isn't, it should be!) that women change their hair when they want to control something in their lives. I'm no exception. I have been guilty of impulsive hair cutting in my bathroom. I have also been guilty of angry hair cutting after fighting with my husband. There have … Continue reading A New Hair-Do Can Change Your Whole Outlook On Life

A Star Trek Experience That Is Worth The Drive

Lizzie and I did a thing last weekend! We went to Kingsland, Georgia for Fan Days at Neutral Zone Studios. What is Neutral Zone Studios? In their own words from their website... "THE NEUTRAL ZONE is a Not for Profit facility that contains a full-scale suite of Constitution class starship sets including: the bridge, transporter … Continue reading A Star Trek Experience That Is Worth The Drive

Visualizing With My Vision Board

I was invited to a vision board party and I was immediately stoked. Admittedly, that was because I read the words "I'm keeping the invite list small." I made the cut! She likes me, she really likes me! 😂 Then I realized that I had no idea what a vision board was or a party … Continue reading Visualizing With My Vision Board

My Thrive Experience

In a previous post, I mentioned that I have been using Thrive. So I thought I would use it as an excuse to write another review! I'm also very curious about others' experiences if anyone out there is also "thriving." I don't claim to be super knowledgable about Thrive. I just claim to like the … Continue reading My Thrive Experience

My Kid Looks Young

William looks young for his age. Primarily because of his height.  And everywhere he goes, people make sure to tell him. Every new doctor. Every new teacher. Every new classmate. Man, I wish I was exaggerating. When I was a kid, I was very thin and very insecure about it. And everywhere I went, people … Continue reading My Kid Looks Young

The Person That I Want To Be

I feel like I'm still figuring out who I am. I believe that I am inherently a good person but sometimes (ok, lots of times), I get reminders that I'm still a work in progress. I'm also a person who is obsessed lately with buying positive message shirts like these. So back to the reminders … Continue reading The Person That I Want To Be

Sweet Mama’s Southern Home Cooking Made My Tummy Happy, A Review

Sweet Mama's opened on Cesery Boulevard, a few weeks ago and I couldn't wait to try it! After driving past it for days while taking the kids to school, my curiosity was definitely piqued. Thanks to the nextdoor app, I learned it was open. They don't have a website so I kind of felt like … Continue reading Sweet Mama’s Southern Home Cooking Made My Tummy Happy, A Review

My Son And His Room

As a mom, finding the balance between my expectations and what the kids can reasonably be expected to do is a constant struggle. Of course, this is not just a mom thing. It's a Dad thing or any kind of caregiver thing. Really, it's a thing for anyone who has to ever deal with other … Continue reading My Son And His Room