Mindful Journaling

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Parenting is hard. Parenting during a global pandemic is really hard. Even with things opening back up, the "new normal" is hard. All this hard is stressful. And chronic stress lowers your immune system and can lead to chronic disease. So,...
It has been 6 weeks since you had your baby. You have waited patiently for this day, the day you get the all clear and the green light to return to running. You strap on your running shoes, walk...
Sometimes it seems that vanilla ice cream gets ignored with all the trendy flavors out there. But, vanilla ice cream is actually one of the most popular flavors with ice cream lovers! July 23 is National Vanilla Ice Cream...
We are a few months into quarantine, and I wish I could say that we have completely settled into our routine. News flash, we have not! Adjusting to our new normal has definitely been “interesting” and if I have...
Dear Baby #2, I’m sorry that we haven’t had as much time for you lately. Since you’re still on the inside and haven’t been born yet, sometimes it’s easy for other people to forget about you at least. It’s not...
Dear Baby #2, I’m happy to call you my little “Birthday Baby” because your due date is exactly nine months after my birthday. I’m not sure about the science on that, but I can be happy in my own way...
Hi everyone!  I originally wrote this post in late 2019, before all of this pandemic craziness.  I'm updating this post now, to not only remind everyone of this amazing locally owned family business, but also to let you all...
If you have kids, it doesn’t matter what your job title is or was before the coronavirus hit. You’re probably finding yourself stepping into the role of teacher and homeschooling to some degree. Some schools have online coursework, some...
Many thanks to our friends at Fitness Matters for sponsoring this post. To learn more about the Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy offered at Fitness Matters check out their website here. After my first baby, I actually made a Facebook post...
Growing up, I always journaled. I didn’t always have a dedicated notebook or diary but with all of my adolescent emotions, I often found writing out my thoughts was the only way I could make sense of them. It...

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