The Zenspiraton Box: Subscription Box Review #5

As I was researching subscription boxes, the description of The Zenspiration Box caught my eye and immediately sparked my interest. Founded by April Cacciatori, LMT, BMC, this box for women is designed to help coach and inspire personal growth, practice gratitude, and promote emotional and physical well-being, and empowerment. Your monthly box will feature 5-7 … Continue reading The Zenspiraton Box: Subscription Box Review #5

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9 Habits for Better Looking Skin

I hit puberty when I was at the end of second grade, so I started getting pimples and greasy hair super early before most of my classmates did. I bemoaned my spotty face for so many years. Through my adult life I have still dealt with acne but until recently I never really took any … Continue reading 9 Habits for Better Looking Skin

New Year, New Focus

There are only a few days left until the beginning of 2020. How many of you have created New Years' resolutions? According to a study conducted by the University of Scranton, just 8 percent of people achieve their New Year’s goals, while around 80 percent fail to keep their New Year’s resolutions, says US clinical … Continue reading New Year, New Focus

Quote Jar Curator: Subscription Review # 2

Disclaimer: The subscription box I received from Quote Jar Curator was gifted to me in exchange for an honest review. The opinions expressed in my post are mine only. The premise behind Quote Jar Curator is simple. You find a jar and fill it with quotes that will inspire you, comfort you, and ground you. … Continue reading Quote Jar Curator: Subscription Review # 2

It’s OK to Say No

Are you the type of person who is constantly trying to help others? Do you get asked to go somewhere at the last minute and feel bad if you don't? Do you go to get-togethers that you really don't want to go to? Do you get suckered into regularly babysitting someone else's kids? Are you … Continue reading It’s OK to Say No

A Work in Progress: Building Self-love, Self-acceptance, Self-confidence, and Body Positivity

I have always had a difficult time with my own body image. There have been times when I have been happy with how strong I was. There were times when I was happy with how thin I was. There have been times when I didn't care what I weighed or how it looked because my … Continue reading A Work in Progress: Building Self-love, Self-acceptance, Self-confidence, and Body Positivity

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Momumental Mothers #8: Analena

I DECIDED TO CREATE MOMUMENTAL MOTHERS TO CELEBRATE WOMEN FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE. EACH OF THE WOMEN I WILL FEATURE ARE DIFFERENT, BUT THEY ARE ALL UNITED IN MOTHERHOOD. Today it is my pleasure to interview Analena. When I read an e-mail from a reader named Analena, I knew right away that I wanted … Continue reading Momumental Mothers #8: Analena

Considering Expanding our Family: The Great Unknown

The night before last our whole family was sitting around the dining room table eating supper. My daughter was chattering away about a million different things and my son was sitting in his highchair feeding himself yogurt with a spoon. All of a sudden I felt very emotional and my eyes began to well up … Continue reading Considering Expanding our Family: The Great Unknown

10 Reasons Why You Need a Mom Friend

I've touched on this subject before, but it is one that resonates with a lot of mothers. I can 100% identify with it myself. All moms need to have at least one mom friend. Here are 10 reasons why it sucks to not have a you need to have a mom friend. You have no … Continue reading 10 Reasons Why You Need a Mom Friend

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Stretched to the Max and Trying to Make Time for Self-Care

The best saltwater taffy in the entire world comes from a little store called The Taffy Shop in Estes Park, Colorado. In the window sits an old-fashioned machine with rotating arms that pull the taffy. It stretches the taffy into ropes of pastel sugary sweetness, which droops down and is then picked up by another … Continue reading Stretched to the Max and Trying to Make Time for Self-Care