One Pot Spinach Pasta

One Pot Spinach Pasta

Getting dinner on the table with two toddlers underfoot can be a challenge. That challenge is even bigger on the nights I’m alone with the kids. As a result, I’ve had to get creative with our food. It’s led me to a lot of super simple meals that take...
Twenty in 2020

Twenty in 2020

I like to set goals for the new year, but I wouldn’t necessarily call them resolutions. This year, I wanted to try something a little different. I saw all of these twenty in 2020 lists floating around and it inspired me to make my own. I debated between making...
Hello 2020: Word of the Year

Hello 2020: Word of the Year

The new year (and decade) is here and I’ve spent quite a bit of time reflecting and thinking about how 2019 and the last decade went in my life. Like with anything in life, it was filled with ups and downs. There were major life changes including graduations,...
Say Yes to the Moments

Say Yes to the Moments

When I started this blog, my main purpose for writing was to distract myself from a long distance relationship. I had no idea that there was a whole community of bloggers chatting online or that a blog could inspire and change the lives of others. I found this...
Twenty Before 2020

Twenty Before 2020

I like to think of goals as a reason to go out and attack life. Sometimes, we need our buddies to join us and cheer us on as we reach for the big dreams. That’s why I’ve created a new casual accountability group. There is no hidden agenda and I’m not...
Finding Myself in Motherhood

Finding Myself in Motherhood

Sometimes we lose ourselves in motherhood. Other times, we find ourselves. I want to take a moment and talk about how easy it is to lose ourselves in motherhood. These little people come into our lives and we suddenly find ourselves consumed by them. We find ourselves...
Last Minute Gifts for Dad

Last Minute Gifts for Dad

Father’s Day is less than a week away and you may have just realized that you’re not as prepared as you thought. Middle of the night nursing sessions mean that I’ve been window shopping on Amazon for quite some time to prepare for Father’s Day....
Realizing Something is Wrong

Realizing Something is Wrong

My journey with pelvic organ prolapse began in December when our entire family was hit hard by RSV. I spent two days in the hospital with our sick newborn while my husband took care of our sick toddler at home. Our Christmas was spent texting selfies to each other....
An Unexpected Postpartum Story

An Unexpected Postpartum Story

Below you’ll find part one of my story of pelvic organ prolapse. I’m doing my best to recall all of the details that I can remember. There are two big acronyms you need to know when reading this post. RSV is a respiratory virus that can be quite dangerous...