Avoidance.

I love when I find out something I do is actually quite common, even though I thought it something to be embarrassed about. Like, when I discovered that a LOT of people Google Earth new places before they visit so they can get a handle on the parking situation and…

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Rooting it all in Radical Self Love.

Whether we like it or not, we all have our own brand. We didn’t always refer to it as our brand, thank god. But I remember knowing some of the Moms of my friends were into crafts, some were really into church, some were always baking or cooking, some did…

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Quest for Perfection.

I expect, even up until the last years of my life, I will be still be on the search for the perfect Everyday Carry bag. Brace yourself. This entire post is about purses/bags. Yes. It’s silly and mundane but I am on the constant verge of an existential crisis overwhelmed…

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Documenting This Body.

NOTE: This post was written on 2/20/21 but migrated on 10/7/21 from my substack after getting all of my blog moved to a secure host. If you are confused about why I wrote on substack for awhile, get your primer about my site being hacked and the ensuing chaos HERE.…

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The Impossibility Of A 40-Hour Workweek

In the cultural discussions around how 40-hour workweeks were established when it was expected that the wife would be home managing the the kids and the home…many parents are sharing their stories of trying to do both. I thought I’d share mine. After I graduated from college and entered the…

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Why It’s Hard To Quit Facebook

Every time there’s another big (albeit NOT AT ALL EVER SHOCKING) reveal about how terrible Facebook is, I always see a flurry of people on Twitter acting appalled that any of us are still on the app. Now, let me be the first to agree that Facebook is terrible. But,…

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