or sufferers of anxiety, parenting has extra challenges. The stress of handling disobedience from your kids can feel like a meaningful threat. Your palms sweat, your heart races, the room can feel like it's closing in on you. Everyday tasks like a trip to the grocery store or meeting with a teacher can cause anxiety to go through the roof.
Those feelings, the depression - it creeps back into my life without any consideration or care. It's awful, and I hate it. So because I hate it, I'll do what I can to fight it.
So what have I been reading lately? Besides informative and funny Twitter posts and too much information about hurricane preparedness, here are the latest reads...
Yet, an impending hurricane makes you ponder the things you are lucky to have. Since I have nothing but time right now, and since my electricity is still running, I'll share these things...
Click on the title of my piece, "8 Tips for Moving with Kids without Going Insane" and check our Bold Truth Mama!
The Road to Hana is not just a drive to check off your bucket list; it is truly an adventure.
The clothes and hair color do not define the person as much as her voice, opinions, and intelligence.
There would be no "dream job," no magic work/life balance, no fulfillment. Is this really how we are supposed to view our work lives and careers?
I left my job this week. I left a government job, with benefits, retirement, insurance, and security. Even as I type this, it sounds a little strange. Why would I choose to leave a position like this? Am I crazy? What will I do for money and all the above mentioned perks? This was a … Continue reading I left my job, and it was for the best
I'm officially hooked on hiking. Not sure if this is purely a Hawaii thing, but I'm going with it while it lasts. There are so many amazing, natural sights to see on this island that I know feel as if I will never see them all. I also have to combat this thing called a job, … Continue reading More #hikinginhawaii