This morning we had a little bit of an unusual circumstance at home. I shared it on the NYAM Facebook page: I didn’t put this out there because I care about what other people think. I’m okay with being *that* parent. I’ve been *that* parent many, many times. I put this out there more as
It’s that time of year when people are making resolutions and vowing to make changes and saying things like This time I really mean it. But for most people, it’s not too long before you lose momentum and motivation and desire. And then, there you are again, in the same place a year later. I
We have a hashtag in my membership group. It’s #TTBAGU. What does that stand for? Time To Be A Grown Up. One of the things I am working really hard on with myself and all my clients is taking ownership of all the sh*t that’s not going the way we want it to go. The
I think we often get to the end of a year and we focus on all the changes we want to make and the areas where we think we fell short, and we forget about all the good shit that happened along the way. Was 2019 my best year ever? I wouldn’t say so in
A few weeks ago, Number 3 came home from school and told me that a couple of girls in one of his classes sprayed him with a bunch of perfume and he was SO ANNOYED. And my first question was, “Did you do something to encourage that?” And he looked right at me and said,
It has been almost two and a half years since I stopped drinking. I stopped for a bunch of reasons. My body was no longer tolerating it. To be honest, my body never really tolerated alcohol well to begin with. But I was forgetting things and portions of my night after just a couple drinks.