If you’re a seasoned mom who woke up one morning and suddenly wondered, OMG, how did I get here? and then cringe, you just might be experiencing what is commonly referred to as “Empty Nest Syndrome.” To summarize it in a simple sentence: not only is your nest (home) empty of your children, you’re now feeling a type of perpetual emptiness or loneliness often associated with … [Read more...] about Helpful Tips for Empty Nest Moms
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Like parenting isn't hard enough, we have somehow raised the bar of our children's birthday parties to the point where an innocent party becomes a major stress attack. Have no fear I say, it's all self-imposed stress that is about to get the boot if you know what's good for you! So read on and let me tell you what I think. I have two children five and six. I have a few years … [Read more...] about Top 5 No-Stress Kid’s Birthday Party Tips!
Bright, alert eyes enhance your beauty and draw attention. The condition of your eyes and the surrounding area affects how young and healthy you appear. Unfortunately, many factors cause eyes to look tired, worn and aged. Make your eyes look their best by eliminating typical problems and boosting their natural beauty.PuffinessAlthough bags under your eyes are a normal part of … [Read more...] about Beauty Tips for the Eyes
"Today's feminism isn't about women doing it all. It's about women NOT having to do it all." - Gloria Steinem I began buying into the myth of "doing it all" at an early age. In my 20s, I had my checklist life in mind: start a lucrative career right after college, meet someone and fall in love, get married by age 30, get my career to a successful enough point that I … [Read more...] about 10 Things Happy Moms Do Differently
Autism and Coronavirus I don’t have to explain too much about this title because we’re all in the same boat. Typical and special needs together. This virus doesn’t discriminate. What is my situation? My seventeen-year-old, my husband, and I are staying-at-home and socially distancing if we have to go out (for groceries, pharmacy runs, and walking). My son’s … [Read more...] about Autism and Coronavirus