I spent the weekend at a swim meet on Long Island with my 10 and 12-year-old. It’s nice to be back at swim meets. It’s nice to see the kids having fun on deck with their friends. It’s nice to be able to sit in the stands and actually see your kids swim in person.
If you’ve been around here since the beginning then you may recall I’ve never been a fan of the Elf of the Shelf. This was for three main reasons. The first was that I was so overwhelmed when the kids were little I couldn’t fathom having one more thing to be responsible for. The second
The kids went to their father’s house today at noon. They are with him for the whole weekend. I had a Facebook live to do for E-School, and then I was going to just chill out for a little bit. It was a cold and rainy morning here in CT, so it was the perfect
Last year I was supposed to finalize my divorce the day before Thanksgiving. The process had been started 14 months earlier and was dragging on and on and on and I was very much looking forward to just getting everything wrapped up and being able to finally move on. The day before we were supposed
I finalized my divorce in December 2020, and I moved into a new place in February 2021. I was married for sixteen years. In that time I became a step mom to two step sons, gave birth to five kids, and completely lost track of who I was. The decision to leave my house
I’m a little late in getting this post written, but I’ve got goals for November, and this is one of them. So I’ll cut right to the chase. I’m running a fun, self-care bingo series for the next 7 weeks. It’s a fun way for you to not stop taking care of yourself as we