As of next week, I will officially be back on the part-time worker, part-time mom bus. Since March of 2020, I've been a full time stay at home mom. I've enjoyed my stay at home mom life, as it was something I didn't really experience since I went back to work pretty early after both … Continue reading Enjoying The Small Moments.
So far summer has been it's been off to a great start. I've taken my kiddos to the pool at work (which is a fabulous perk).Having three on my own, the kiddie pool (2ft) is the only thing I can do with them. There is also a playground next to the pool so we have … Continue reading Summer So Far.
Here we are again with boundaries. This post is part four to three previous posts I had written on boundaries that were set during my separation and divorce. If you'd like to read the other three check them out here: Boundaries Boundaries Part II Boundaries Part III Now, back to part four. Last night my … Continue reading Boundaries Pt IV.
I have to admit, I've been pretty run down the past week. From the moment I first subbed in March, to getting the interview and demos at the new gym that I was just hired at - add Crossfit on top of that mix and WHOA.I''ll be honest, I'm just tired with a dash of … Continue reading Run Down.
Hi. 🙂 It's been a minute since I've really update y'all on what's been going on in my neck of the woods... so here we go! Personal: Me?Well I've been feeling amazing, especially since the tiny house stay. I started doing Crossfit a couple of weeks ago on top of hiring my nutrition coach over … Continue reading Updates!
Last week we went exploring Osgood Pond.It's a small park area in my town where the kids can go for a walk, play soccer in the field and such.You can also fish in the pond, but we are not at that level - yet.;-)Lately, the weather has been gorgeous.We've been spending as much time outside … Continue reading Osgood Pond.
As of March 2nd, I was officially divorced. We had the final divorce hearing on February 16th, everything went well. We just had to wait for the judge to sign off. Technically we've been unofficially divorced since that day, but I was waiting to have the decree in hand that made it "official." When I … Continue reading Divorced.
When I was about to have my first, the thought of being a stay at home mom was awful. But the thought of being a full-time working mom was awful too. I knew both "full-time" roles weren't for me - I wanted to do both part-time. With my first, I went back to work at … Continue reading Life As A Stay At Home Mom.
So I didn't get my groceries for the month under $450 as intended. My groceries came out to $452, which honestly I'm fine with. I will say I did focus on cooking more and also thought twice, if not three times on many purchases. If anything, had I not done the no spend month, I … Continue reading No Spend 2021 Recap.
I've been thinking a lot about boundaries. Even since my cousin passed away in mid December (and then my grandmother in January), I let go of most boundaries with my children's father. I was pretty much a hot mess. I needed all the help I could get and I am very grateful that he was … Continue reading Boundaries.