Losing someone you love is hard. And there can be no competition about which is the hardest although I could never EVER imagine losing a child. No one should ever have to bury their baby. But loss is loss, and regardless of who it is, when we love someone and that someone is no longer… Continue reading We are the Hands and Feet: Losing a Parent at a Young Age
Milspousing (military spouse-ing) ain't easy. And while we might have been excited about joining this lifestyle, it's unfair to say that we knew what was coming down the pike. We. Did. Not. Now, I wrote a blurb about the challenges military spouses face. But today, I want to specifically discuss how gosh dern difficult it… Continue reading We are the Hands and Feet: The MilSpouse and Job Hunting Blues
Mary Poppins. You know her. You love her. And if you're a mom, you wish you had your own Mary Poppins, if just a little bit of that magic. If only it were as easy as saying "spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down." We've all been there, had moments as parents where… Continue reading A Change in Perspective Boosts Confidence: A Mary Poppins Lesson
Sometimes, it's something tiny. Sometimes, it's a little bigger. But one of the missions of Davis INC. is the management and prevention of the tantrum. Now, I know that tantrums are quite normal, especially at the toddler/preschool age. But in our home, it has turned into a regular day-to-day occurrence; one that I have to… Continue reading Could You Please Calm Down?
P/C romper.com So last week, I published a blurb breaking the pre-conceived notions that surround stay at home motherhood. But it wasn't that long ago that I too put on my dress pants, dress flats, and dress blouse, grabbed my tote bag, and headed into my office everyday, while balancing the responsibility of motherhood simultaneously.… Continue reading Changing Your Perspective: The Working Mom
It wasn't so long ago, that I was a working woman. I started working full time right after college and all throughout my first two pregnancies. I've worked in management for a Fortune 500 company, in finance as an account manager, and in early childhood education as a preschool assistant teacher. I've dabbled in quite… Continue reading Changing Your Perspective
It's NaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month and what better way than to officially start my first novel! I started writing fiction as a way to realize my most entertaining day dreams into something more tactile. I always only did it for fun, not really seeing a practical future in a career as… Continue reading “So there were these two stars… ” Celebrating my first NaNoWriMo with my first novel!
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I love to read. It’s the only thing where you can be whoever you want and go wherever you want without even leaving your seat. I thought for a long time about whether or not I would say something about the last book I read, as I turned the last page with my mouth wide… Continue reading The Future is Female- A Look Into The Power and Female Empowerment