• Baby,  Baby Products,  Children,  Family,  Journey,  Life,  Motherhood,  Parenting,  Product Review,  Travel

    DockATot: Worth it?

    DockATot, my honest review…     I have seen this innovative product that is extremely multi-functional all over social media. I saw this around the time I had my now two year old son, it looked heavenly, I was sleep deprived and desperate for sleep. However, I was worried because everything we were trying to get my son to sleep was not working… so, because of the unknowns and maybe even more so because I had already spent a fortune trying other failed products, the price tag of the DockATot kept me away, mostly because no one I knew had one (yet). I thought maybe just another “incredible” blogger product rather than…

  • Children,  Goal Setting,  Journey,  Motherhood,  Parenting,  Womanhood

    Be Selfish: It’s Okay

    It’s been a bit since my last post… I’ve thought daily of posts and had every intention, however, I found myself taking a little “me time” instead. Here’s what I learned: There is absolutely no one responsible for your well-being, happiness, place in life, thoughts, feelings, and all things in between but YOU! It’s that cliché we have all heard far too many times, maybe our parents said something of the sort or a coach, mentor, friend… I think we hear it but do we really “hear” it? Do we understand what it means and how to better get an understanding of the concept? It sounds so difficult or maybe…

  • Journey

    Fear: to have and to hold?

    Let’s talk about FEAR… such a dreadful word really, the connotation is quite frightening in and of itself! What are you most afraid of? What is/are your biggest fear(s)? Do you run from them? Address them? Find ways to embrace them? Me? I am afraid most of LOSS! Loss of self. Loss of time. Loss of love. Loss of happiness. Loss of laughter. Loss of youth. Loss of friendships. Most afraid to the loss of people. So, how do we address our fears and embrace them? Well, I am no expert on the matter… but I think it’s time for me to get really real here. I cry at almost…

  • Goal Setting

    Resolutions: Worthy or Not?

    I’ve been debating whether I buy in to the whole “New Year’s Resolution” thing and quite frankly have not made resolutions in a few years now (some 40+% of Americans actively set resolutions)… I have been doing some self-study and trying to figure out why this is? Underlying is a whole greater discussion really, a sort of taking myself apart to understand each piece and why some parts of me that I loved so dearly are missing and others have perhaps taken their place. Is this just part of evolution of self, loss of self, or gaining a new self? Well, this must be something in the minds of many…