People show us we matter in a variety of ways. When we truly matter to someone, they show up for us with comforting consistency. They answer our calls or texts, even in the middle of the night, and they do so with regularity. A busy person can still show you that you matter to them.
I don’t know how it’s going for you thus far into the New Year, but are you hanging in there with resolutions? Personally, I don’t like to use the word resolution. This term seems too black and white. Either you resolved to do something or you didn’t. There isn’t much wiggle room and this makes
For some reason the moment I think I have the holiday season under control, that is the exact moment an influx of more things to do falls in my lap. My goal is to get all my holiday shopping done ASAP so I can actually enjoy myself. I felt so accomplished after my shopping trip
When my husband is traveling for work I have to devise ways to keep my boys in line. This means being proactive in how I approach their behavior. I have learned that they need extra time, care and attention when dad is not around if I have any hopes of them being compliant. The challenge
The word NO: How does something that looks and sound so simple have such weighted implications? In general, for women especially, saying no is not something we are taught. We learn quickly to put others first and forget about our needs in the process. How do you get back to yourself? It starts with setting