At the beginning of the year I was in a special place – nervous about first full year of being a full-time entrepreneurs, lots of uncertainties. Made it a point to be happy and enjoy happy moments. I found myself in a situation where I was focusing more on negative things.
I’ve come to realize that when I’m happy and enjoying life, my children respond in a positive manner. My goal is to provide them with habits and routines so they can begin forming healthy wellness routines at an early age.
Disclosure: This article on the best bladder help for moms who experience bladder leaks is written in partnership with Always Discreet.
This summer, my children and I are hitting the highway to explore the great sights around our state. We’ve visited the oldest oak tree in the United States. We are excited to see our first waterfall in person and even visit a UFO Welcome Center. Divas, can we be real with one another?
Most children today have tablets and games consoles, filled with downloadable content. Even if they do read, many of the books they see are on a screen. While you may encourage them to read and even spend time reading with them, how often do you take them to the library? Probably not as often as your own parents took you. Despite the declining usage of libraries and government cuts meaning many local libraries are closing,
If you have not made plans with your favorite Divas to see Girls Trip on July 21st, you need to stop reading this and do so immediately. Yes. It is that serious. Tickets are already available. Get yours and your best girlfriends right now. I had the opportunity to attend a private advanced screening during BlogHer ’17 in Orlando, Florida and it was everything.
Girls Trip follows 4 lifelong friends (Regina Hall,
It’s taken me some time to write these words.
To process them not only in my mind, but in my heart.
My teenage son recently asked what for most would seem like an innocent, normal question.
“Momma, can I walk with my friends to the next neighborhood over?”
Already knowing I would hesitate and most likely respond with a “Not today”, our next door neighbor jumped in with “Mrs.
I am fairly open about my culinary skills – or lack thereof – with my online community.
I am slowly embracing and learning to love/like time spent in the kitchen. Especially, when it comes to cooking dishes that are my family’s favorite and I know it’ll bring a smile to their faces and requests for “More, please!”. My children, also, each enjoy getting in the kitchen and “helping” out as much as possible.
This past school year I noticed my 3rd grader was struggling with believing in his capabilities to embrace and achieve new things. The simplest “no” or unsuccessful attempt would result in him being sullen and holding back tears.
As his mom, of course I want him to be self-confident and willing to embrace the new and different. I honestly believe that self-confidence is a key component of success in life. It’s, also, something I have struggled with throughout my life and want better for my children.