I’ve been thinking about this article all week. It popped up in my Twitter feed on Tuesday afternoon, and I have to tell you that I wondered if Bunmi broke… Read more creating a village life (in 2014) →
By now, you surely know of my unabashed love for the television show, Parenthood and the Braverman family. It’s a little sad, really, that I continually fall into this cycle… Read more On Parenthood and #Joelia →
I barely have the experience to speak with any sort of authority here, let’s get that out of the way now. Think of me as a slightly older sister, sitting across… Read more a letter to graduating seniors →
Back in October, I was out to lunch with baby in tow when I overheard a conversation that usually makes me cringe. It was between two moms, and they were going back and forth about their other mom-friends, when one of them said, “It’s just sad to me that ________ doesn’t really get to spend time with her kids, you know… because she’s chosen to work and have someone else raise them.” Oh, for the love. I’ve been at this “working and mothering” thing for almost a year now, and… Read more on working and mothering →
Surely you’ve experienced this too, right? You read a book, watch a movie, think it’s just about the best thing that’s ever happened and your spouse is, shall we say,… Read more “You need to read this!” challenge →
This has been on our fridge for a couple months now. I’m still working on it.
Yesterday as I was perusing the interweb, I stumbled upon a site called The Good Women Project. Their mission? “We exist to restore a woman’s identity as God created her to be.” That sounds beautiful and simple, right? But then their mission says this, “We are adamant believers that good women have the most fun, the best sex, and most fulfilling lives.” Okay, now you’re listening. So they allow guest submissions and post their topics ahead of time for people to write their thoughts and submit them in, with the hopes… Read more on boundaries: no one’s above it →
Five years ago, a bunch of friends headed out to their very first fall break together… three nights and days spent at a cabin in rural Indiana. At the time,… Read more it’s not perfect, but it’s more than enough. →