One Word (or two) for 2019.

It's that time again to ditch the New Year's resolutions in favor of One Word to focus on all year long. I've picked my one word for 10 years now and it's helped me to stay focused on what I want to accomplish. For instance, rather than saying, "I want to lose weight," I might... Continue Reading →

What not to say to someone with anxiety or depression

We know you all mean well. We know you want to help your loved one, co-worker, or friend who is has a mental disorder such as anxiety or depression, but these words above...they are not only hurtful, they are detrimental to the wellness of the person suffering from these illnesses.

What it’s like to live with an anxiety monster

Like most moms, my day usually start chaotic, but it's how it always is.  Wake up, get dressed, wake the kids, make lunches while stepping over the dog (14 times) who is laying on the kitchen floor, drink coffee while making sure kids are dressed, try to get them to eat breakfast with no luck,... Continue Reading →

Guarding Your Heart Against Social Media

To grow my blog, I must network using social media. Or, so I am told.  But, is using social media bad for your health? Are you guarding your heart against social media? I've had a Twitter account for a few years, but really didn't use this social media as it is intended. I am a natural... Continue Reading →

The Wright Cause to fight cancer

On May 10th we will be putting on our walking shoes to participate in Wildcats for the Wright Cause fundraising walk at Woodrow Wilson Academy in Westminster, CO. This event was created to help teacher John Wright, who was diagnosed with Leukemia. Mr. Wright lost his battle with the disease in 2011 but his memory... Continue Reading →

Where I’ve been.

I haven't posted much lately. I just figure nobody wants to hear all the sadness that has been going on in our life right now. No one wants to read that depressing mess. "I am going to go spend quality time with mommy, even though it won't be any fun." Alex proclaimed this one evening... Continue Reading →

Early Warning Signs of a Stroke EVERY WOMAN Should Know.

I am reeling. My life has once again been turned upside down. Earlier this week my friend suffered a massive stroke. She is my boss' wife, my co-worker, more importantly, my friend. We share an office. We share girl-talk. I spend more time with her on a weekday than I do my own husband. And... Continue Reading →

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