Today began. That is as positive as I can spin it. I am thankful it started. I am thankful I woke up. But what happened after that I would have rather done without. I cried crocodile tears while I made my pot of coffee. I leaned against the kitchen counter crying silently because words were… Continue reading Baby Mamma Drama and Tears Over Scrambled Eggs
So, there is no surprise she has clearly had an impact on fashion and the world of publishing. She had humble beginnings, a divorcee, now single with a baby living in an apartment when she wrote the first installment of Harry Potter. Years later, she birthed fandom culture, split the New York Times Best Sellers… Continue reading J. K. Rowling Fashion Throwback Thursday; Making Fashion & Publishing World Work for Her!
Fun Facts About Amelia Earhart Saw her first airplane when ten years old First woman to fly across the Atlantic (1928) Second person to fly alone across the Atlantic (1932) First person to fly alone from California to Hawaii (1935) First celebrity clothing line fashion designer Launched her clothing line in the middle of the… Continue reading Amelia Earhart Fashion Icon, Trailblazer for the Tomboys: Feminism as it Should Be
This is what my days look like. Normally my desk has stuff all over it, emptying out my purse to make sure I grabbed all the right pills, stuff tangled in my head phones and hair ties, and I couldn't to make sure I remember to take all four, every day. Because if I forgot,… Continue reading What It Looks Like Being A Christian with Mental Illnesses
The sense of running away is only rewarding when you can leave the stuff you're running from behind you. That also means, the further you run, the further away you are from the nightmares that haunt you, even when you're awake. The thing about mental health is you can't run away from yourself, and yet… Continue reading Mental Illness Is Not Like Grocery Shopping
For those who can relate to struggling with their kids, it can make you feel isolated as a parent! Being open and honest about our struggles as moms is taboo in our culture, for some ridiculous reason. The journey with my son started with me having him in 2012, becoming a single mom. He… Continue reading My “ADHD” Son, and What They Didn’t Tell Me
Today was one of those days I learned so much. The process of learning never really stops, as long as you allow life to be your teacher. Today, while home schooling my son, I encountered numerous situations which would've made me angry and frustrated; removing me from being emotionally present with my son and pushing… Continue reading Home Schooling My ADHD Son