Domestic Abuse Is No Laughing Matter. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Statistics about violence in relationships are both frightening and sad. I guarantee everyone knows someone in a relationship that is either verbal or physically assaulting. And it isn’t just men who are the abusers, women are just as guilty of throwing a punch, but much less likely to be convicted of it. Domestic violence isn’t limited to just punching… Read More »Setting The World On Fire – Domestice Abuse
You know, “Fat” has to be one of the most hateful ugly words. “Fat” and all of its ugly friends not only tears apart the creation of self-esteem but it continues to spread like cancer into the brain. It reaches into those moments where you are the happiest; the most excited, and whispers into your ear. “Do you really think you are pretty? Maybe, if you lost a few pounds.”… Read More »Fat – The Bull Sh*T Word That We Need To Stop Calling Other People
I am the bearer of guilt. Not just growing up guilt that we are all given as children, but the guilt I gave to myself. I don’t believe that self-guilt is primarily a woman’s affliction. Women are the loudest about their burdens. We like to talk about them, regret things, and ponder them out loud for discussion. While men tend to clam up and silently carry around their guilt. However,… Read More »5 Things You Should Forgive Yourself For, but probaly wont.
(This post includes affiliate links. Should you click an affiliate link and make a purchase I may make a small commission at no extra cost to you.) Spring is here, Earth Day right around the corner. We are back in Maryland this spring, building our dream house. I ache to get in the garden, to start creating something new and to watch it blossom into something beautiful. Winter is difficult… Read More »The Arrival of the Red Cardinal
(This post includes affiliate links. Should you click an affiliate link and make a purchase I may make a small commission at no extra cost to you.) Dear 60-Year-Old Me, I want to take a moment to talk to you about how amazing you must be for all that you have come through. I find it hard to think about who you must be, where in the world you have… Read More »Dear 60 Year Old Me,