Living With ADHD: 6 Ways to Make Your Life Easier

Living With ADHD: 6 Ways to Make Your Life Easier

I was diagnosed with ADD when I was in high school (at least I think I was, maybe earlier). All I remember is that I saw a few psychiatrists, took a handful of written tests about myself and all of a sudden I was granted more time to take my tests. The whole “more...
Six Things I’ve Learned From Not Washing My Hair

Six Things I’ve Learned From Not Washing My Hair

This post contains affiliate links A few years ago, I got hair extensions and started putting off hair washing days because it took FOREVER for me to do myself. I’d spend 2-3 hours twice a week (ish) on washing, blow drying and styling my hair, which is roughly 24...
What I learned at 32

What I learned at 32

For the past few years, I have been writing down milestone lessons I’ve learned that year, thinking it would be a cool thing for my kids to read someday. It’s something I started on my 30th birthday and I’m continuing the tradition this year. What I learned at...
Our Miscarriage

Our Miscarriage

Last month, I published a blog post about how Jeff and I found out we were pregnant, then lost our baby’s heartbeat. When I wrote that post I wasn’t ready to talk about all of the feelings and physical parts of our miscarriage because I hadn’t really had a chance to...
A Letter to High School Juniors and Seniors

A Letter to High School Juniors and Seniors

If you haven’t gotten this question by the time you’re a junior in high school, beware…it’s coming: what do you want to do? There are some people who can answer that question with certainty at age 16 and will live that out according to plan, in...