As a longtime internet marketing/SEO guru that made the transition from working in the corporate world to becoming a WAHM, I'm sharing my knowledge in a new series on my blog that's a sort of…Continue
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Back when Rick and I were just married, before Ricky was born, I had this great idea: I was going to work from home full time with NO HELP once we had kids. An infant can’t be that hard to take care of, right? Looking back, I really can’t believe that either of us were so naive to think that was actually going to work. But after he was born, we tried.
We tried, and tried, and tried. And surprise of all surprises, it didn’t work.
Here’s the thing: no matter how little or…Continue
ChooseCartons contacted me a couple of weeks ago to share an initiative that they’re running during the month of July to help raise awareness about recycling and food packaging – while planting trees at the same time. Being a household that’s pretty good about recycling (we try our best!) and choosing the eco-friendly option, it seemed like a pretty cool campaign to participate in.
Please note that I was compensated for participating in this campaign. They also planted a tree for me.…Continue
Last night I had a mini breakdown. And what triggered it made me feel so guilty. I saw all of these beautiful pregnant mamas all over my Facebook feed. And that’s when it hit me: I should be 36 weeks pregnant. I should be glowing and happy and getting ready to deliver my baby in just a few short weeks via c-section.
August 19th. That’s when it was scheduled for...Continue reading at The Mommyhood Project
Before you have kids, you have this vision of who you’ll be when you actually do have kids. You tell yourself that your kids will be perfect, you’ll always have fresh food on the table and sweets will be off limits. That you’ll never fall into the “frumpy mom” category, will have the smartest and most social kid in the class and your life will basically be one blissful moment over and over for the rest of your life, the end.
And then you become a mom. And that moment…Continue