What happens when we decide to quit the job that adds no value to our lives?
What happens when we realize that time is truly worth more than money?
What happens when we realize that material goods are never going to fulfill the void deep down inside of us?
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It’s been a week since Chester Bennington of Linkin Park committed suicide. The news came as a shock to the world whether or not you followed Bennington or the band. How can someone who has accomplished the epitome of success, what most of us are searching for, take his own life?
This past weekend we spent some time in a cabin on the lake with family. It was a much needed getaway especially after my recent parenting meltdown. Yesterday, I took the day slow and spent most of it with my babies. It was the first time in a while where it was just the three of us for most of the day. I really enjoyed our one-on-one time and not just because they were so well behaved. Our activities yesterday also got me to realize something with Kuya that made me question my parenting.
Last night was a hard night. For the first time since I became a mom three years ago I honestly felt that I might not be cut out to be a parent.