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To the Lady in (2) trader joes

To the Lady in Trader Joe’s

To the lady in Trader Joe’s Liberty Station that has 3 well-behaved kids in medical school, thank you for taking the time to point out my shortcomings and continuing your haughty glare as I left the store in tears, Maybe you didn’t see the fear in my eyes as I entered the store with my […]

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Top 10 Things you NEED to buy at Aldi

If you haven’t caught onto the Aldi obsession- you might want to jump in now. Being that it’s the start of a new year, we are all in organization/saving/anything that makes our lives simpler and easier mode. Aldi saves you money and now that I have shopped here- I can’t go back to the “regular” […]

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Sex Scandal and Motherhood

Sex Scandals and Motherhood

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past six months, you have heard about the Harvey Weinstein sex scandal in Hollywood. I know I have, and I’m not one to sit and watch the news or Entertainment Tonight. A few moths ago, after the first scandal broke out, I was forced to talk […]

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4 ways to get organized in 2018

4 Ways to Get Organized in 2018

Happy New Year!  It’s time for resolutions and promises to make this the year where we all get really organized. No more running late, not knowing what’s for dinner or forgetting birthdays. This is the year right? We can’t be perfect but I do have a few tips to help you start 2018 on the […]

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Why NOT to Set New Years Goals for 2018

You know how sometimes you wake up with a brilliant idea? Yeah me either– until NOW! I woke up the other morning and decided that I did NOT want to make “New Years Goals” for 2018 this year.  In the past, I have always made goals, and been decent about accomplishing them. And once that […]

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Motherhood with Depression

Chances are when you see the words depression and motherhood together you think of postpartum depression. While postpartum depression is devastating, (I’ve been there, I know) often the storm doesn’t end there. My official diagnosis is bipolar 2 disorder and generalized anxiety disorder. I am a mother, wife and friend. I am not alone. I could […]

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