I’ve been having a hard time trying to figure out how to write about the way that I’ve been feeling lately. I wanted to write a fluffy piece about all the things that I am thankful for, but it is not what my heart wants to talk about. I have been suffering lately with anxiety
Author: Sasha Russell
My baby boy is turning 2 this week. I know this sounds cliché, but, seriously, where has the time gone? I didn’t even feel this stressed about my daughter turning 4 last month. Don’t get me wrong, I was definitely stressed about my Evalyn turning 4 and going into PreK, but it was a different
I LOVE to-do lists. I mean I truly, truly love them. Not much gives me greater satisfaction than crossing something off my list. Making lists at work is how I keep track of what needs to be done and when. I use my calendar, a special notebook just for my weekly to-dos, and post-it notes
Recently I was involved in a car accident. Thankfully, I was by myself and everyone was ok. Amidst all the chaos (and after making sure the other people involved were ok) I kept asking myself, “Why me? Why now?” The day started off great. I had just made a (hopefully) positive step forward in my
Here at CT Working Moms we’ve been trying to let our readers get to know us a little bit. So, I thought this was the perfect way for you to learn something about me.
When I found that April is C-Section Awareness Month, I knew that I needed to share my birthing story. In 2014 I had an emergency c-section with my firstborn . Consequently, I then had a planned c-section with my second born in 2016. Both experiences were like night and day. After my second one, I really thought that I was over the stigma around having c-section… but then I tried to write my story.
Oh man! What a month! I started the year off strong – ready to make changes to get my house in order, along with my mental health and physical health. Then I slipped up. I literally slipped on ice, slamming my tailbone and head pretty hard on a slate tile, causing a lot of pain
Here we are – 2018! A new year and I’m still the same old hot mess momma that I’ve always been. But this year is going to be different! This year I am going to make changes! In my house, for my health, and for my family. The first thing I need to do – let
Recently I took part in a facebook challenge to post black and white pictures of my life for 7 days, no people, no exceptions. I didn’t realize how hard it was to not take pictures of people – particularly my kids. I even asked the friend who challenged me, “Do the kids count as people?”
If you or a loved one is suffering from problems with drugs, alcohols, gambling, depression, postpartum or anything else that ails the soul – please know there is help and there is hope. No one is alone, no matter how down they feel.