It’s important to set attainable daily goals to keep your life on track. Here’s one awesome way to do it.
Even if you’re not a writer, I highly recommend that you take some time away from your family and experience a weekend to rediscover yourself. I took my self-care weekend as a writing retreat and here’s what I learned.
6:00 Eyes pop open and brain sizzles. Realize that the two-year-old is still asleep and you don’t have a headache, for the first time in two or three weeks. Try to go back to sleep but your brain is on now and you can’t. Try to get out of bed. Lay there. Your neck and Carry on!
Tomorrow August 1, on my 41st birthday, I start the Whole 30. 2016 has been a year of change. I’ve been battling to change my eating habits, and my lifestyle, and never ever go back to having chronic headaches several times a week and being bedridden with migraines for a quarter or even third of Carry on!
I’ve done a couple of Stitch Fixes and loved the idea of it, but it was super hard for my frugal self to swallow the price point. I’ve been saying for months I needed a stylist who would thrift shop for me and today I was able to do it myself!! I am WAY more Carry on!
Stitch Fix is my favorite. I did my first Fix six months ago and liked all the items I received. I felt so pampered. Retail shopping is something I rarely, if ever, do and Stitch Fix fits nicely into my life. You fill out a form to let them know what you like, about your Carry on!
Baby Girl, Sweet Fizzy Baby, is six months old now. I am starting to feel like I can do this thing, this mothering six souls thing. I am not crying every day any more and I am laughing. It feels wonderful to laugh again. One thing that really helped is the Handsome Husband and I Carry on!
My sweet little Finnella will be one month old tomorrow! I am having a hard time believing that little statistic as far as she is concerned. As for me, I am definitely feeling more like a human and less like a blubbering ball of baby fat and boobage. I even briefly considered going for an Carry on!
I’ve been a mama now for 10 1/2 years…expecting our sixth little Farm Fresh Blessing. I should be used it by now…and yet sometimes I’m afraid. I’m afraid I’ll never have a house clean for longer than twenty minutes. I’m afraid things will always move around seemingly of their own accord. I’ll forever be finding Carry on!
7:20 a.m. Hear someone crying. Get up. Find sweatshirt and sweatpants and robe. Come downstairs barefoot. It’s one degree outside and the floor in the bathroom feels about the same. Feel annoyed with Elivette for pulling on my sweat pant strings and untying them while I’m trying to pee. Feel guilty that I’m annoyed, especially Carry on!