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Just focus on feeling a little better.

Here’s the problem with affirmations: more often than not, they cause cognitive dissonance.

When your kiddo starts throwing up,  you realize the cat has fleas, and you don’t have enough money for the bills this month, telling yourself “I am happy and abundant!” will probably irritate you. 310 more words

Motherhood.

Viva Las Vegas

Some time ago two of my girlfriends and I decided that we were going to take a trip to Las Vegas the year we turn 30. 302 more words

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You have to be consistent.

Want something in your life?

You have to practice it day in and day out.

Have you read “The Invitation” by Oriah Mountain Dreamer? There’s a line in her poem, “I want to know of you can get up after a night of grief and despair, weary and bruised to the bone, and do what needs to be done to feed the children.” 90 more words

Motherhood.

Hello!

Hello World and welcome to my little piece of the blogosphere!

This blog is all about me, my every day life, my rantings, my moments of ups and downs as I head towards the big 30. 187 more words

The Big One

30 by 30: Part 6

30 Things I’m Glad I Know Before I Turn 30: Part 6

26. Being nice.

It’s the trick to getting through anything, whether it’s international travel, getting caught in a bad spot or calling customer service. 198 more words

5 Things

How much would you pay someone to tell you what to do with your life?

Would you pay a psychic $65 to talk to you for 30 minutes about your life, hanging onto every word, waiting for some direction for your life? 343 more words

Motherhood.

30 by 30: Part 5

30 Things I’m Glad I Know Before I Turn 30: Part 5

21. Public speaking.

Not only do I actually excel at this, I look forward to it! 174 more words

5 Things