I remember how I used to think that once the kids were older, I would finally have more time for all that I had put aside; that I would begin starting on all the amazing ideas that I placed on hold; and that I can focus on my health again, my social life, and my marriage. Reality check: with each year, more was landing on my plate – the kids grew a social life that I had to coordinate and drive around for; activities they wanted to enjoy; and school required much more from them (and us)… Read more “Create the Life You Love by Managing your Time, Life, and Motherhood”
“Have no fear of perfection…you’ll never reach it” – Salvatore Dali
“There is nothing more rare, nor more beautiful, than a woman being unapologetically herself; comfortable in her perfect imperfection. To me, that is the true essense of beauty.” – Steve Marabloi, Unapologetically You: Refletions on Life and the Human Experience
How Much of Our Parenting is on a Conscious Level?
I often refer to Conscious Parenting, and the question comes up about what exactly that involves. That question has allowed me the opportunity to take a look at my own parenting, so that I too can understand what it means to be a conscious parent, or to live a conscious life. Read more “Conscious Parenting vs. Subconscious Parenting”
I recently connected with an author that also writes about parenting, and what it means to be a parent in today’s world. Ignatius Fernandez asks many questions and evokes the reader to ponder about the largest responsibility we take on. Read more ““The Child is Father of The Man””