As the number of divorces surge in the New Year, there will be more men and women seeking healing. In honor of National Divorce Day on January 4, I have invited a woman on this journey to contribute. This is Dee’s story in her own words.
“Divorced?!! No way?”
“I would never believe that you two would ever break up.” Continue reading “A Divorce Story: I am Woman, Hear me Roar”
It is New Year’s Eve and we are hours away from ringing in the new year. I feel like I am cautiously tiptoeing into it, because Continue reading “15 Things I Learned in 2020”
Earlier this year, I was required to do an impostor syndrome test and I scored extremely high, which isn’t a good thing. I’ve been aware of these feelings, but the magnitude of it shocked me. Continue reading “Motherhood Impostor Syndrome and Overcoming It”
What are your plans for the holidays?
I plan on spending the morning making Christmas themed pancakes after the girls open their gifts, cook an amazing dinner and really enjoy my family.
Since my mom can’t make it this year, we are having a FaceTime call when the girls are opening their presents. We’re keeping grandma safe, so that’s the most interaction that we’re getting for that day.
For the first time, I’m attempting a Trinidadian corn pie. Corn pie made right is insanely delicious, and I plan on enjoying every single bite.
I am also rying to catch up on a reread of the book Ms.Typed by Michelle Callahan and take my self care to the next level.
I hope the holidays are as beautiful as you imagined.
In all my efforts to have my daughter dressed in neutral colored clothing—because I loathe pink— Continue reading “Late Night Thoughts in Quarantine: Parenting Edition”
As Christmas is nearing, I am thinking about the myriad of ways that people celebrate or do not celebrate Christmas. Continue reading “I Employ my own Right to Celebrate in the Way that I Choose”
What a year it has been so far! A year of so much loss, but so much to be thankful for. As we celebrate the holidays Continue reading “A Lifetime of Joy”