I Have No Friends and Other Mom Grief

I Have No Friends and Other Mom Grief

I desire friendship was what I wrote in my journal. The tears flowed and I felt stupid. I had mom grief. What a selfish thing to write, I thought. I have friends. I mean, I had friends. Now, I have relationships. Work relationships, Facebook and Instagram...
So, You’re Thirty-Something

So, You’re Thirty-Something

So you’re thirty something. It’s a great place to be. You’re still young, but not-so-young is on the horizon. You’re more grounded than ever. But it’s weird. You’re not that young kid any more. You have kids of your own. And you...
8 Confessions of a Working Mom

8 Confessions of a Working Mom

I sat in my bedroom with the door locked, realizing if I walk out the door, I’d lose it. Do you ever feel that way? The morning behind the locked door reminded me of when I was a stay-at-home-mom and woke up early anticipating quiet moments to myself to...
An Open Letter to Middle School Parents

An Open Letter to Middle School Parents

Dear Mom and Dad of Middle Schoolers, This summer, I’m passing the torch to you. My youngest of four graduated from middle school. A big ceremony at school, kids dressed in their first formal wear, with mom and dad cheering in the background. “We made it!” The...

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