Life post-baby: style crisis

I’m not one to be overly dramatic. Wait, that came out wrong. I love drama. I don’t like causing drama, but in my opinion, people who “hate drama” are usually in the middle of something. I’m over on the sidelines just watching. Waiting. Eating snacks. This is a story that I have felt compelled to share so many times, and it’s going to sound a … Continue reading Life post-baby: style crisis

Nine New Year’s Resolutions That Don’t Involve a Treadmill

Happy New Year! I’m hoping everyone had a wonderful Christmas and New Years and spent valuable time with family and friends and in the outdoors! ​ Guess what time of year it is?? New Year’s Resolution time!!!! AKA the time you don’t go to the gym because it is SO crowded, but don’t worry it will clear out by February. Sad but true. This year, … Continue reading Nine New Year’s Resolutions That Don’t Involve a Treadmill

The art of the brain dump

I’ll quickly explain my situation: I’m the mom of the most amazing almost 11-month-old boy and I work from home, and I’ve never felt busier. I’ve worked in marketing for a nonprofit organization, a large retail company, a local PR firm, and as an intern for an agriculture lobbyist. Each job has taught me so much and each has challenged me more than I ever … Continue reading The art of the brain dump

The shame of being a modern mom

It’s 2017, and sometimes it feels like a totally different era. Everyone is preaching love, condemning hate and shushing those judgmental people. Different religion? Doesn’t matter, as long as you’re nice. Different color of your skin? Old news. Everyone’s awesome! Different gender/relationship status/social standing? Whatever, dude, live your best life! Oh wait – you’re a mom? Gosh, you’re doing something wrong. Are you breastfeeding? Gross, … Continue reading The shame of being a modern mom