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Writing with Intention: Being aware that words have power to affect the world. It behooves us to be deeply aware of our intentions and take an oath to Do No Harm.
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Why I Told My Best Friend Not To Have Kids : The honest to God truth about what it means to become a mother.
Does It Matter? What happened when I was confronted with a difficult situation in public watching a young mom berating her young son in front of my toddler.
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What’s Wrong with Being Unhappy?: An reflection on an essay originally published in the NY Times about American’s Anxiety with finding happiness.
The Undertoad: On what people don’t always see when you’re only connection is through social media
Why I Told My Best Friend Not to Have Kids: The honest to God truth about what it means to become a mother.
The Gift of Six Minutes in Hell: An essay about a horrible event that led me to a greater appreciation for finding joy in any moment.
Wild Impulses: Reflections on the memoir Wild: From Lots to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Cheryl Strayed– How Motherhood taught me the importance of impulse control.
A Legacy of Goodness: Building a tradition of giving back on my children’s birthdays.
Needful Things: A reflection on the changing dynamic of being needed.
Finding Peace with my Past, Present and Future: How remaining present is essential to letting go and finding peace.
“You’re Not Special”: An essay on David McCullough Jr’s viral high school commencement speech.
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Mommy’s Hierarchy of Needs: The mentally and emotionally crazy-making time that is caring for a newborn.
Communing with Trees : Something I hope to pass on to my children.
In Memory of the Boys: A memory sparked by the tragedy of Josh Powell and his sons.
Hush Little Baby Don’t Say a Word… So Mommy can Write a Few Thousand of Them: Trying to say sane in the first few months with a newborn.
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The Truth About Constipation and Life: About the time my daughter asked me to tell her a “nicer truth” than the fact that sometimes things will hurt.