Thoughts on Grief

The thing about grief is that everyone processes and feels it in unique ways. Having empathy is essential.

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What We Ate: Caprese Zoodles with a Twist

  Hey friends, it’s been a bit since I’ve written. It’s hard to believe we’re halfway through August already – right?! We’ve been going through a lot over here, and I’m having a hard time sorting out how to write about it. So instead, I thought I’d share a recipe that knocked my socks off […]

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When You Feel Like Your Love Isn’t Enough

When I thought about becoming a mom, I would have never imagined that one day I would deal with feeling rejected by my child. I’ve been struggling with this feeling for a while now and it sort of came to a breaking point over the weekend. From early on, Dane has pretty openly preferred Casey’s […]

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How I’m Coping with Mom Bod

The other day I saw a post in my city’s mom group on Facebook asking a general question that struck me, “How do you guys find the time to work out? I feel like the only time that I have is so early in the morning, and I just can’t get motived.” To this I […]

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Soup Series: Must Love Tomatoes & Basil

So, to my complete delight, our little garden is completely exploding over here and I am getting so antsy for all of the delicious recipes we’ll be creating with our harvest. We wayyy over did it with tomato plants, and as of this morning, I counted over 70 little guys growing. I know there are […]

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Why You Should Always Do Instead of Just Say

When you hear the word “terminal” you stop making excuses, and start making plans… and sticking to them. News like that makes you realize that you don’t necessarily have all the time in the world, and that just saying you will, and not actually doing, is pointless.

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Dear Mama in the Airport Bathroom…

You guys, kindness is a universal language. It crosses all barriers and I think we could use a bit more of it in this world. My story is just one super small example of a way to make someone’s day a little better. 

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