The Momming Journey, Uncategorized

Changing Your Perspective

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

The Personal Journey, Uncategorized

“So there were these two stars… ” Celebrating my first NaNoWriMo with my first novel!

    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!

Identity, Pop Culture, The Popular Journey, Uncategorized

The Future is Female- A Look Into The Power and Female Empowerment

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

Pop Culture, The Popular Journey

All I Needed to Know About Life, I Learned From…Carmen Sandiego

Greetings Gumshoes, Where in the World/in Time is Carmen Sandiego is perhaps one of my most favorite childhood shows.   Hosted by the late Lynn Thigpen, a boss in her own right, Carmen Sandiego invited kids enrolled at New York City public schools to join A.C.M.E, an organization dedicated to fighting crime, especially those that threaten… Continue reading All I Needed to Know About Life, I Learned From…Carmen Sandiego

Identity, The Personal Journey

Ode to the Only Child

“You have any brothers or sisters?” “No, I’m an only child.” (Blank stare) “Really?  I would never have guessed.  How was that growing up?” (Shruggs)  “I dunno… kinda sucked as a kid.  I was a bit lonely.” And cue the awkward silence as the conversation goes into an entirely different direction. Sound familiar? April 10th… Continue reading Ode to the Only Child