The secret to being happy…

35 Years young and I have finally found it... the life I always dreamed of, the family I never knew I wanted and the relationships that matter. I didn't even know I was creating this life of mine. Things weren't always easy, and life has had its ups and downs but I think this is... Continue Reading →

Priorities and choices.

I love these comparisons. So often we make the excuse of not having the time or money as a reason we can't do something. My Mom loves to remind us everything is about choices. As much as I am grateful and know how fortunate I have been in my life I also know there are... Continue Reading →

SUPPORTed Parenting.

We are far from perfect parents and even farther from the parents I thought we would be, but I gotta say I love learning and improving at this parenting gig as we grow with our kids. Here is the thing, when we had Rowen diagnosed about a year and a half ago and we were... Continue Reading →

Riding B#@$%

The motorcycle has always been fun for me, but that was before we were responsible for 3 little kids. Everything changes with kids, and one big change is the way I view the world. I used to love riding, I was proud of getting my bike license and looked forward to getting on the bike.... Continue Reading →

90,000 Reasons to be Passionate about your Work.

I believe in doing things with passion. I also believe the people you surround yourself with are reflections of you and should share some of your beliefs or goals. So, although my friends and family may not all have the same background, parenting styles, schedules, money management, political beliefs I think we share some common... Continue Reading →

Realistic Expectations

I was raised Catholic. It is funny to say now as most people don't consider me very "Catholic" and I wonder what that means. However the religion isn't the point in this story it is the fact that every Sunday my Mom would take three girls to mass usually alone and every Tuesday we would... Continue Reading →

Living a life we love, managing stress and coping with anxiety

So, my first 30 years were the years I didn't know how to manage my stress. I often felt overwhelmed, suffered from chronic headaches as well as feelings of depression and anxiety. Everything from relationships to money to work to any sort of responsibility would be stressful for me. Today, I rarely get a headache... Continue Reading →

Fill your Bucket First

Do you believe in syncronicity? I do. I love how many reoccurring themes I can find when I look for them in my life. The last little bit has been busy, but really nothing different from our normal routine of chaos. I attended two different workshops through the farm, my kids have been on Spring... Continue Reading →

Far from Perfect Parenting

This week started off with missing school on Monday because when Fraser arrived home from work ready to do school drop off everyone was still in bed sleeping. That pretty much set the tone for the week. We, meaning I, struggle with staying organized and mornings. Mornings have always been tough and now with three... Continue Reading →

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