What I take away from my time in California is a great deal of tolerance and acceptance. I need to talk less and listen more. I need to have empathy for people with different backgrounds than me and attempt to understand why they feel the way they do.
Alright ladies, I think I’m going to start a new reoccurring post theme called “Currently Loving”, and whatever I’m currently loving I’mma blog about, m’kay? So in my last post The Mid-Thirties Fitness Funk I shared how I’m attempting to fight fitness boredom by trying new ways to werk my booty. And one of those ways was by getting hooked on The Fitness Marshall cardio hip hop videos on YouTube. I mentioned that I Read More
I will not give into that gradual 5-10 lbs annual weight gain and then one day look in the mirror and not recognize myself. I will change up my routine. I will reignite my clean eating dedication, and I will hold myself accountable!
In today’s mompreneur climate, moms are thinking outside of the box with their career trajectories as they look to re-join the work force. An 8-5 job in corporate America is no longer the only option. I began thinking about dabbling in a few areas to build a work-at-home-mom (WAHM) career for myself, sort of like building a hodge podge career that works while I have two little kids at home.
It’s been three and a half years since I entered the world of stay-at-home-momdom and can I be real frank with you; the working girl inside me who was once so tightly associated with my personal identity, has died a slow and agonizing death. Lacking the confidence that having a good job, nice salary, and daily mental challenges brought me, I was feeling pretty aimless. And I lost my groove. Read More