The App That Saved My Life

Life in my 30s has become quite stale. I’m the only one left out of my close friends who doesn’t have any children which is by design. If my only other option outside of my dull and tedious existence is to...

New Year, New You?

It’s not just the year that changes, it’s the person. How was 2016 for you? Have you set your new personal resolutions? Did you reflect on your choices and yourself in order to be ready for whatever is coming for you...

The Day Scales Fell From My Eyes

I still recall that moment quite vividly. It was bedtime and I was reading another of their favorite fairy tales as I put them to bed. “The big bad wolf said to the squash vanilla juice…” my voice trailed off into...

Prayer For My Best Friend

It is tough to find a good catch nowadays because it seems as if all of the good men are either already married, gay or irrevocably unstable. I happened upon a good one about a year ago at Plucker’s Wing Bar who has...

Combating Perceived Limitations

Lately, I find myself feeling more and more pensive about the future. Specifically, the future of my children and the children of the world at large, in regards to gender, identity, and the stereotypical roles that so...

A Mother’s Heart

“Through the blur, I wondered if I was alone or if other parents felt the same way I did – that everything involving our children was painful in some way. The emotions, whether they were joy, sorrow, love or...

Iceberg Conundrum

There is always something brewing somewhere, with someone. It is too much or too little. It may not sound right or reach the correct decibel. Perhaps it is the wrong color, or the perception of that color. Maybe its...