5 Reasons I Choose Home Over Work

Being a stay at home mom, or a SAHM is hard. This is not a typical 9-5 job where you can clock out at the end of the day, and your duties are over. There will still be bottles to wash, diapers to change, homework to do, and boo-boos to kiss. This labor of love job comes with plenty of stressors, but ultimately this lifestyle choice comes with benefits. Just not the 401k or medical type.

Kids Are Sick Less Often.

This translates to less doctor’s visits and medications. These medical bills, along with Continue reading “5 Reasons I Choose Home Over Work”

Team Work Makes the Dream Work

A lot of uncertainty has surrounded the past few weeks. Do I continue working and fulfilling a dream I never thought possible or do I take the next few years to enjoy my babies being little?

I have combed through different scenarios on what seems to be every possible outcome Continue reading “Team Work Makes the Dream Work”

Does It Spark Joy? The Ultimate KonMari Checklist.

There may be a point where you will get tired of hearing me reference Marie Kondo’s book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing but I can assure you that I only do this because I truly believe this book (along with the other books that I mentioned here) helped me tackle depression and find joy in life and in the home.  Continue reading “Does It Spark Joy? The Ultimate KonMari Checklist.”

The Journey Begins

Several paths lead to this journey. Not one path has been more significant than the other, but they have all lead to this desire to document and record this journey. Today, I would like to share one of these instances with whoever decides to read this because as Izaak Walton remind us that good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter.

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Stop Drowning, Start Surviving.

The most impactful book I have read while on this spiritual journey is the  Marie “KonMari” Kondo’s book The Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing. While there are aspects of this book that I am still skeptical of, such as talking to your objects, I am a firm believer that the KonMari method is the best approach when you feel like you are drowning in “stuff.” Continue reading “Stop Drowning, Start Surviving.”