My Rant About Facebook Memes, Boundaries, and Compassion

There’s an attitude that is prevalent in our culture. It’s the idea that you shouldn’t go out of your way for people who don’t appreciate you. It’s the idea that some people are unworthy of your kindness and a waste of your energy. It’s the idea that you can either be too nice, or you can set boundaries and give people the cold shoulder when … Continue reading My Rant About Facebook Memes, Boundaries, and Compassion

Freezer Cooking Day Video! 18+ Meals

So I’ve always been intrigued by the idea of batch freezer cooking. I tried it once when August was a newborn, and it didn’t go well because my children were so little and needed me so often. I was sore and exhausted at the end of the day and was left with crabby babies, an aching back, and a mountain of dishes. Then we ended … Continue reading Freezer Cooking Day Video! 18+ Meals

Day In The Life [Video!] Saturday At Home

The weather, it seems, is finally warming up. I think we’ve had five or six fake springs now. It’s been snowing a couple times a week for the past several weeks. There was one day last week that the kids made a snowman in the morning and rode their bikes in jackets and sandals in the afternoon! Now I’m not one you will ever catch … Continue reading Day In The Life [Video!] Saturday At Home

My Experience With Chronic Plantar Fasciitis

When I was in late middle school, I began experiencing pain in my feet. By the time I was 16/17 years old, the pain was bad enough to interfere with my life. This is the story of how I went to the doctor to find out I had collapsed arches in my feet, and that there was nothing that could be done to help me. … Continue reading My Experience With Chronic Plantar Fasciitis