Tag Archives: motherhood

Parenting is Work

June 22, 2016   I was faced with a pretty big wake up call last week when my quest to create spontaneity and freedom this summer was being blocked.  This block was sibling rivalry. Day after day, the quarrelling sent me over the edge. I literally lost my mind and my cool. I believe that I […]

Summer Lovin’

June 7, 2016 School is out – Summer is ON! I think of summer and I think of FREEDOM!  A deep rooted childhood thought, I’m sure, and also ironic that in this phase of life it’s now the time when my kids are home ALL the time which inhibits my freedom – HA! But, this […]

How to Transform Panic into Peace

June 1, 2016   Up until yesterday at 3:15 pm, I had been in my flow. Things were going great, I was feeling great, and everything was lining up just right. So interestingly, there was a huge storm approaching our area that led us to run from the pool to the car and get home […]


May 24, 2016 After writing last weeks post about making love a habit, I starting thinking more about habits in general. I have some good habits and I also have some not so great habits. Then I took some time to see what NEW habits I want to create and look at some habits that […]

Life Lesson #1 – Things I learn from my kids

I started working with a meditation coach about 2 years ago. The main reason I decided to take on this practice was that I was desperate to become a better mother. I was overwhelmed ALL the time, I was frustrated and angry a lot, and I was depressed and anxious. Interestingly, I had no idea […]