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Summer Lovin’: Love Yourself!

Human nature shows us that sometimes individuals can be their own worst enemies. Individuals look in the mirror and have the innate ability to spot every little detail or “flaw.” We sometimes fail to appreciate, and instead, put ourselves down or keep wishing that “one day” we will look a certain way so we perhaps […]

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A “Motherless” Mother’s Day

  I ventured into the local Walmart to grab a quick item and was greeted with what seemed to be the world’s largest display of Mother’s Day cards and gifts. It stung. I wasn’t expecting my heart to hurt walking into a convenient store. You see, I lost my mother in July. It’s still fresh, […]

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An Open Letter to My Sister

When I think back to my childhood, most of my mind revolves around time spent with my brother and sister. Ahhhhhh, such memories; some that are fond, some that are ridiculous and some that haunt me (Don’t think I forgot you two told me I kind of looked like an ostrich; deep down I know […]

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Mom Dating

Mom Dating I have entered this new stage of life I like to call “Mom Dating”. A dear friend recently moved away and that change has caused me to reassess my “mom friend” situation. It is amazingly difficult to find someone that suits all of my and my family’s needs. Dating to find a spouse […]

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Finding Winter’s Wisdom: a California Mama’s Perspective

As a Southern California kid, the perpetual spring weather I grew up with as my only frame of reference did not prepare me for the bitter truth of Indy’s shifting seasons and temperatures. Especially winter. That’s right, winter… I’m calling you out. The chilliness and isolation is no joke, mamas. I spent the first few winters […]

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