5 Types Of Friends You Don’t Need in Your 30’s

5 Friends You Don’t Really Need Once You Turn 30…

With age comes maturity. With maturity, comes growth. And sometimes, friendships don’t survive the inevitable growth spurt…My 30th birthday is approaching faster than I’d like. But with the realization that a new era is on the brink, I’m reminded of things I’ve learned in the last few years. And, I’m surprised by some of the people who have grown with me…and those who haven’t.

So, this is a list of 5 types of friends I have decided that I don’t need on my journey anymore…and 5 types that I do! Continue reading “5 Types Of Friends You Don’t Need in Your 30’s”

10 Things That Make Me Happy

10 Things That Make Me Happy

I was recently nominated for this challenge at the perfect time in my busy life. When things become stressful and hectic, it’s important to focus on the joys of life.  Continue reading “10 Things That Make Me Happy”

The Tanglelows Two: Trampling & Trembling

Another Tanglelows Book?

So, did you love The Tanglelows? Guess what…there’s a sequel! And it’s just as awesome as the first..maybe even better! Continue reading “The Tanglelows Two: Trampling & Trembling”

Traveling the Twisting Troubling Tanglelows Trail Book Review & Giveaway

Bad thoughts and anxiety reside in the minds of both adults, and children. Now, a fun and beautifully illustrated guide is available to help kids learn how to deal with these thoughts in a positive way! “Traveling the Twisting Troubling Tanglelows Trail” by Greg McGoon. Continue reading “Traveling the Twisting Troubling Tanglelows Trail Book Review & Giveaway”

5 Tips on Learning To Deal With Realities of Your Expectations

The way you handle expectations vs realities,  drastically changes once you have kids.

Before becoming a parent, when it came to events or projects,  I built up my expectation very high.  I wanted “this” to happen a certain way. With a particular outcome. Scenarios were very elaborate with every possibility, and I planned things as much as possible down to the last detail,  to achieve the outcome I wanted.

Granted,  the reality wasn’t always as expected. But usually pretty close.  I could at least deal with the fact that I tried, as hard as I could,  and if I didn’t get the expected results,  then oh well. Always next time & know I have a better understanding of what to expect.
Then I had a baby.

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