Updated on November 20, 2017
Several months ago I was telling a friend about something difficult going on in my life and how I felt sapped of joy and happiness, and she made some comment about how being (genuinely) grateful can really help people find joy again.
I maturely responded with an internal, “Ugh.”
I keep hearing how important and powerful gratitude is, but does anyone else have a hard time believing it?
Plus, I haaate cliche phrases (ie: ?Have an attitude of gratitude!?). Most people
Updated on April 20, 2017
I know I’ve blogged quite a bit about the hardships in life, and I don’t mean to be a downer with my writing. I guess I’m so busy surviving the chaotic stage of raising littles that when I do get a few moments to myself, I just want to be real. And if we can’t be real with one another, then what’s the point in life?
Add the fact that I tend to be a pretty serious person, it?s kind of no surprise that my writings tend to be more on the serious side. And John
Posted on May 7, 2016
As a mother, I am so incredibly fried.
Anyone else feeling that way?
I have an amazing husband and 3 beautiful children and yet…
the sleep deprivation, the discipline, the nursing, the changing of diapers, the battles at bedtime, the sibling fights, the messes, the dishes, the laundry, the toys, the lack of privacy, the constant ?mom! mom! mom!?, the nagging, the tattling, the grocery shopping, the grocery bill, THE EXHAUSTION OF IT ALL is enough for me to want to curl up in a