Changing diapers isn't a pleasant job, and yet we still do it. Why? Because we love our babies and want them to be healthy and happy. As adults, we know that stinky jobs are often a necessary part of creating the life that we want. But let's all stop for a minute. Because there's a lot of crappy jobs we do without considering the cost. Tasks we hate, hate, HATE, but force ourselves to do anyway. Annie Rogaski knows exactly what I'm talking about. She spent the first part of h
Happy Holiday Season, my Lovely! (If you’re groaning right now, this love note’s for you.)
Because there’s really no need for December to turn into a month of pure madness. There’s no need to spin in 12 different directions, trying to live up to other people’s expectations of Christmas.
Remember my darling, you have a CHOICE.
If you actually want to spend three days cooking a seven-course, traditional turkey feast, I applaud you.
If you want to go to all those part
I'm turning 50 this month!
And guess what. I've cancelled my party. I had a big celebration booked at a really cool neighbourhood patio/bar.
70 of my closest friends and family were on the invitation list.
My party dress was all picked out and ready to go.
And yet . . .
Something felt off.
My heart wasn't really craving a big, public bash.
(And girl, you know I love to party!)
As I got quiet and listened to that inner whisper, I realized that more than anythin
I was just listening to Borrowing Brilliance by David Kord Murray when I heard something that made me drop everything so I could tell you all about it. And guess what I’ve got for you, cupcake! A juicy piece of EVIDENCE! The “I-told-you-so” kind of proof that parents love to dish out to their kids. Because David confirmed something I’ve known for a while. Our true seat of power has everything to do with where we put our attention. Let me explain. David tells a story of when a