1 min read

The Truth 365: An Inspiring Documentary

“An aware parent loves all children he or she interacts with – for you are a caretaker for those moments in time.” ~ Doc Childre With all my heart I believe important messages enter your life with divine timing. Listening to those messages provides an important opportunity not only for personal growth, but to impact the lives of others. The truth is, this video will touch your heart, make you cry, and very importantly make you aware of what is going on in the world of childhood cancer.

4 mins read

Pushing Motherhood: The Real and Raw Documentary

How old is too old to have a baby? Is there such a thing as being past our female prime in our progressive age of egg-freezing technology and scientific possibilities of surrogacy? Some say yes, some say no. The options for carrying and birthing a baby past the age of 35 teeters on controversial to some. Others don’t understand the controversy at all.

4 mins read

Vegucated: A Documentary Review

The last week of April was my 1 year Vegan Anniversary! When I first started a vegan diet I did it as an experiment. I wanted to get rid of my addictions to some unhealthy foods and to shed a few pounds. My main motivation to start was my health. I believe food is medicine, and that you truly are what you eat. Let food be thy medicine, thy medicine shall be thy food ~ Hippocrates

3 mins read

Being Your Family’s Documentarian

This job normally falls on the shoulders of Moms. Not only are we tasked with laundry, groceries, meal preparation and a host of other tasks but were also our families documentarian. It’s our little stories that will get passed down and shared, its the glimpses of our lives that we snap in a camera frame that will spur a memory of a treasured day and its likely our effort that will have a box of mementos in a linen closet to look through decades from now. I wanted to put together a list of tips to keep the job of documentarian fun and top of mind.