I haven’t had my license very long, in fact, it’ll be two years next month. Just the thought of driving would make the hairs on the back of my neck stand up and I came to find that it was the possibility of a car accident that triggered this level of anxiety. Last Monday this […]

Words Matter

While filling out an ambassador application earlier I was asked a personal question and this was my answer… Words are incredibly important! The words we hear, the words we say, the internal words in our head and heart. I grew up in an urban area – where people were expected to fail; to fall prey to […]

Cabin Fever

I recently read an article that said people are prone to cabin fever during the colder seasons. Within the New England area, particularly during the months of December, January and February, women (and men) focus more on their misery – finding themselves discouraged, desolate, even depressed. I easily could’ve been (and have been) one of […]


I think it’s safe to say that our definitions of trauma are all very similar BUT how we experience and recover from trauma – that is very different. I can’t speak for everyone but I can speak for myself and I say that trauma is a sneaky little bitch. I’d much rather her rear end […]

Angel Box

There’s a box she once gave me. It’s beautiful. It’s creme colored with little angels all over. Totally her. I can see it now. It’s sitting on my closet shelf. Perfectly in sight – but up high. High enough so my little ones can’t reach it. Inside is every letter my husband wrote to me […]


Originally, I had intended to share this on New Year’s Eve yet here we are eleven days into January and it was just sitting here, unfinished. Does this happen to anyone else? Our minds are everywhere all at once, ALL. THE. TIME. We constantly find ourselves feeble, worn out, weary and ready to throw in […]