I wrote this guest post a while back for my funny friend (and fellow GIF-lover) Mary Carver, but since it ended up being one of my favorite blurbs that I've ever put on the Internet, I decided to share a snippet of it here with you. You can read the whole piece, "What Mindy Paling Taught Me About ... Read More about What Mindy Kaling Taught Me About Life
So there's something I've been dying to share with you, and now I finally can! WAIT. Time out. I just now realized that was a very leading headline, what with all the Book Dream talk we've had around here this year. So before we go any further, NO, I don't have a book contract (*Yet*, ... Read More about Motherhood is Not Your Only Thing
While our kids played in the next room, my friend and I stood in her kitchen, sipping coffee and talking about our dreams- in hushed tones peppered with nervous laughter, as if the very topic was somehow taboo. Frivolous. Indulgent. Maybe even selfish? "I feel like I've lost pieces of myself ... Read More about To The Mom Who Feels Constantly Needed & Rarely Seen
She used to yell it to me through my television screen at least twice a week: "Get comfortable with being uncomfortable! Right now, this moment! This is when it counts! When you're tired and you don't think you can do it and you want to give up- THIS is when you make change happen!" It turns ... Read More about In Your Dreams: Get Comfortable With Being Uncomfortable
When you hear the word "hospitality" does it give you a warm, cheery feeling as you envision your house and your heart full to capacity? Do you think of meals and stories shared with friends, of laughter, drinks being poured, and memories being made? Or does it conjure slightly less pleasant ... Read More about What If Hospitality Was As Simple As An Act Of Vulnerability?