I have accepted this into my life and let me tell you, it’s transformative. It helps keep a smile on my face and focus on my priorities and my people. This is not about ignoring injustice or letting people treat you poorly. It is about letting go of the little stuff.
Tag: letting go
A few days ago, I was floating in a tube on the Connecticut shore. It was an amazing beach day. A perfect beach day. The kind you wish for when you are driving there. The kind which makes you want to put on a bathing suit, and dive in. Hot, sticky, and 85 degrees at
Tomorrow marks a major milestone in our house: Lovey will be going to Kindergarten. In honor of this gut–wrenching heartbreaking exciting event I wanted to re-post something I originally wrote for my other blog back in February, which coincidentally is the last thing I wrote for my other blog. My sweet girl, I’m not a
I registered my daughter for Kindergarten today. Holy shit. This can’t be happening. Where did the time go? Buttercup, I feel like just yesterday you were here: And now I am picturing you like this: Ok, so I’m jumping the gun a little bit here. But I feel like this is a huge milestone. She is the
There are only two weeks until my daughters first birthday. Every time I think about it I get a little misty eyed. Sure, I’m excited to see her eat her first piece of cake stuff her face with cake and celebrate her first year of life with loved ones. But I find myself being really sentimental
On the weekend’s we “throwback” to older but still awesome posts! Post Written by Holly – originally published September 2011 My little “advice to working moms” bit on my bio page (“Don’t try to be the perfect mom”) may be easy to say, but hard to follow. I do think we all need to accept