Welcome to my place on the internet. It’s a place I hope makes you comfortable being a little uncomfortable. It’s a place I hope makes you feel like you’re taking something with you. It’s a place I hope entertains you, makes you laugh, and leaves you feeling a little better when you’re through.
Here’s the important stuff you need to know about me.
- I’m in my late 30s and proud to age well and with grace (and botox)
- I married my high school sweetheart when I was 21 and he is my favorite person
- We have four babies of our own
- Our youngest babies are twins
- I’m a writer
- I started my business in 2009, my husband began working from home in 2016, and we’ve been sharing a home office since
- A medical professional would likely diagnose me with OCD
- I cannot park my car well on the first three tries – ever
- I’m usually asleep by 8:30 pm (I require a minimum of 8 hours sleep to function)
- I love to read, travel, sleep, workout, and spend time with the people I love the most, but I’m not a people person
- Gimme all the coffee…until it’s time to pour a glass of sangiovese
- I am an excellent baker, and I’d love to learn to cook well
- September – December are the months I live for
- I find grout so disgusting I wear shoes in my own shower
- I’m a born and raised Floridian, but I don’t enjoy being hot
- I’m impatient
- I’m not wearing a mask, but thank you for asking
the most revolutionary thing a woman can do is not explain herselfGlennon Doyle
A few months before our oldest daughter was born in 2008, my husband and I decided I’d become a stay-at-home mom. I couldn’t miss anything. I wanted to be there. I knew it would be a challenge, and it would be the hardest job I ever did – and the single most important.
Except, it was so easy. Honestly, our daughter slept through the night almost right away, she was easygoing and happy, she napped well throughout the day. I read all the books. I reread all the books. Our house was so clean it sparkled.
I was bored. I began sitting outside on my front porch while she napped writing. I loved writing. I’d always loved writing. It was my passion. I’m not exactly sure how it happened or where it happened, but it was early 2009 and suddenly I was a writer. I was being paid to write blog posts and web content for online websites. Fast forward 12 years, and I never slowed down. I’ve been a content creator, writer, and editor for nearly 12 years, and it is my passion. I love working for myself. I love fostering relationships with my clients – some of whom I’ve been working with since almost day one.
I love it because it’s never the same. It’s never boring. Everyday is different, and everyday is exciting. Most importantly, everyday allows me to be home with my kids. It allows me to make them breakfast (I mean, stand around with a cup of coffee in hand while my husband makes them breakfast. He’s a delightful cook.) I’ve never missed a school performance or class party or practice or game.
I wasn’t born to work for anyone but myself. I need my freedom. I need my own routine and schedule. I’m exceptionally organized and self-motivated, and I thrive on a challenge. It’s who I am.
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being happy is a very personal thing and it really has nothing to do with anyone elsesomeone wise
the price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for ithenry david thoreau