Our kids are going back to in person learning. Are we ready? Are they?
After you have a baby you are ushered into this lovely sorority sisterhood of, Mommy Life. And like any type of group there will be the people you connect with and the people you don’t. But no matter what, you are apart of this club with a life long membership. And the local chapters vary […]
Some the hardest moments in parenting happens during Winter & Summer break. Especially if you have any type of autoimmune disease that impedes on your mobility & energy and you live in an apartment in the center of the city. Seriously! If I had a backyard, I’d send Jax and the dogs out all day […]
There is nothing like the classics. In a world of iPads, Kinect-ified 4D video games and interactive everything it’s kind of hard to get the kids to enjoy some good ol’ fashioned, undistracted family fun. No one ever wants to go anywhere. And when they do, they are on their phones or tablets have their […]
Adulting with an Autoimmune Disease is not the best thing. It’s not really a good thing. It’s the amount of responsibility, pressure and stress that makes it harder to deal with. You have work, bills, marriage/relationships, children and the news. But such is life. Some of us with autoimmune diseases choose to not have children. […]
I’ve been pretty silent on social media over the past couple of weeks, even through Hippo’s birthday and my friend’s fashion event. I haven’t journaled about coaching or anything. Why? I’ve been unsure how to proceed with my blog and advocacy. A few days before Hippo turned 6, one of my subscribers that I often […]