Saving My Live – COVID-19 Edition

We are just over 24-hours into a stay at home order and on day -5 of home learning. Our spring break started this gradual-but-fast lockdown and I'm so thankful we had a full week to rest, get outside, and not worry about schedules, routines, and the rest of the school year. This past week has … Continue reading Saving My Live – COVID-19 Edition

Review: Take Back Your Time by Morgan Tyree

This year was a pivotal year for my schedule. With Elle in school three mornings a week, I found myself with enough extra time to catch up on dreams and projects while also enjoying the last days of full-time stay-at-home motherhood. It took some weeks of adjustment, but I slowly found a rhythm emerging between … Continue reading Review: Take Back Your Time by Morgan Tyree

From Homemaker to Social Activist

Recently I found out that Frank had been putting my career as homemaker on our tax forms for the past six years. When I found out, I did not love that title. In his defense, apparently, this is an accepted phrase that won't get your return flagged by the IRS. I pushed back against this antiquated term … Continue reading From Homemaker to Social Activist

Filling This Season With Rose-Colored Memories

Some of the most important relationships I've formed as a young mom are with women who have children around my own age. My mom, my aunts, mentor moms at MOPS, and other women I've met along the way who have helped with advice, perspective, and a listening ear. One thing I've heard from them all is … Continue reading Filling This Season With Rose-Colored Memories

Doing What Only I Can Do

Even though I quit my job after Bea was born, I quickly found a new identity about a year later working at an incredible museum. Title-wise, it didn't get much better. Mom and Museum Educator? Pretty cool. A few weeks ago, I officially quit this pretty cool job. Life has gotten super busy and it … Continue reading Doing What Only I Can Do