Fear Of Dying And How It Keeps Me In Check

2020 - what a year to be writing apocalyptic posts! Jokes aside: fear of death, or non-existence on our current plane, is quite a common phobia. Whenever a disaster strikes (and we've had a fair share of those in the past few months!), humans tend to become increasingly aware of death as a possibility. I … Continue reading Fear Of Dying And How It Keeps Me In Check

Going From Party Girl To Awesome Mom: Is It Possible?

When you see a mom of any age, walking down the street with her kids, you usually can't tell what she's been through before she's had her first baby. If you take off your prejudice lens, all you'll see is a woman doing her best to be a caregiver, a role model, and an emotional … Continue reading Going From Party Girl To Awesome Mom: Is It Possible?

25+ Reasons To Stop Drinking – For Good

"Just one more shot and I'm done." "Only this weekend." "Today, I need to." Wouldn't it be wonderful if you were able to stop throwing excuses at other people (and yourself)? How is it possible that some people can quit drinking seemingly out of the blue, while others struggle for years, sometimes their whole life? … Continue reading 25+ Reasons To Stop Drinking – For Good

How To Effectively Avoid Mom Burnout

Have you ever heard anyone telling you something along the lines of: "How could you ever get tired of your kids? You're their parent!" or "Kids are a blessing. Be grateful!"? If the answer is yes, you're in the right spot. What you've most likely been experiencing - and needing someone to try to understand … Continue reading How To Effectively Avoid Mom Burnout

Stay At Home (Student) Mom, Your Degree Isn’t A Waste

I keep seeing this all across the social media - student moms turning into stay-at-home moms, feeling like they've wasted years and years of their lives, just to end up at home all the time with their kids. It feels bad. But as everything in life, it's a matter of perspective. You didn't waste your … Continue reading Stay At Home (Student) Mom, Your Degree Isn’t A Waste