But You're So Young

January 26, 2016

I’ve been on the Earth for twenty five years. (My fingers still want to type twenty three for some reason.) I am blessed or cursed depending on the day of having a “young” face. I’m that person that gets carded for anything. Oh you want to buy wine? Let me see that ID-and 90% of the time, they will do a double take and finish it with “you look so young.” Right now, it’s annoying but I’m hoping as I age I’ll start to love that aspect of myself.

If you are on any Facebook media and are in the age range of 20-35 you will probably have a million blogs come up about “things to do in your twenties”, “Why you shouldn’t get married in your twenties”, or “Why you should wait to have kids.”  Those are all fine and dandy if that’s your choice. As a mom, wife, and under thirty I get tired of seeing how “wrong” I am living life.Those posts will tell you to many things and to do this or do that. They will tell you the things you will miss out on if choose another way. I’m here to tell you-I went another way, and I love it.

The Journey Part Two

January 21, 2016

Breastfeeding is so divided in the world we live in now. Something so natural, so normal, and something that should be celebrated has been called; “perverted”, “for the mother’s own selfish needs”, and “not necessary”. I want to say one thing before I even start this post. I formula fed my first son. He is probably one of the healthiest kids I know, and no formula didn’t hurt him. This post is not to hurt the ones who choose to formula feed. This post is to help normalizing breastfeeding, and to explain my journey.


January 15, 2016

This has seemed to become a trend along the interwebs, the novels, and yes even myself. I recently commented about wanting to find purpose in everyday life. What does that mean, you ask? Honestly, I’m still figuring out for myself. But let’s take a moment to look at the word “purpose”.
pur·pose ˈpərpəs/ noun 1. 1. the reason for which something is done or created or for which something

My 2016 Obtainable Resolutions

January 6, 2016

2016 Resolutions

New Years Resolutions.

Have you made yours? Whether you just say them in the back of your mind, or make them out load so people can hold you accountable. We all make them. We all want them to succeed. But how many of us actually make it? Promises we make to ourselves. Which should be kept promises but sometimes we stumble on them and give up all together. Well one of my resolutions is to make “obtainable” new years resolutions. Yes, I’m a believer that anything is possible with a dream, elbow grease, and God. But I also know what it means to set smaller goals before setting a large goal. They work better for me. Because let’s face it we couldn’t run before we could walk.

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