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What Changed When I Started Working

For one thing, going for gatherings became easier. I had a ready answer to, “so what do you do?”. Yes, I know I being at home with the kids is “commendable” and one of the “toughest jobs in the world”, and that I should never have felt bashful about being, well, just a mom. 783 more words


Raising Hell - Episode XXVIII


“The Satanic Perspective on Parenting brings you a Satanic Mother who has been there, done that and risen above it all! It is all too easy to fall within a prison of our own design and breaking out of it is a liberation that so many will never allow themselves to know. 82 more words


3 Reasons Why We Need To Practice Self Care {Guest Post}

Last week I wrote about finding fulfillment in your role as a wife. I know that so many of my sweet readers are wives as well as moms – and I want to encourage you in that role as well! 511 more words


Books are my new jam

Last week I went to a book reading in The Gutter Bookshop, an independent book store in Dublin’s Temple Bar,  and fell in love. 429 more words


Hello my name is

Hello there my name is Tischioni Moore *; okay that is not the name on my birth certificate it is the pen name that was given to me (how I was given and what it means will make an interesting blog post one day). 571 more words

The Perfect Parent

There is a misconception among parents that someone, some unicorn-like humanoid, actually has this whole parenting thing figured out. That perfection in parenting exists. Yeah… no. 235 more words


They don't have to be anything 

It was Monday afternoon and I was happily enjoying a glass of water and secretly watching Daughter play in the yard with three good friends. All of these friends are boys, and I was feeling all smug about how awesome Daughter is, “holding her own” with these boys who play at Minecraft and spies and secret forts and things. 619 more words