Write the most honest thing you know how to write about something shitty that happened to you, even if (especially if) that shitty thing wasn't actually earth-shatteringly tragic. Vomit up all the words and then revise them so many times you don't know if anything you wrote makes sense or is even remotely good but … Continue reading If you want to know what it feels like to get naked in public….
I was catching up with an old friend over the phone recently. "You have everything together," she remarked. I nearly choked. "What!?" According to Facebook and my blog, apparently I look like I know what I'm doing. The truth is, I'm making everything up as I go along. One of the greatest shocks of my … Continue reading Real moms, real stories
They say there are no dumb questions. They are wrong. (Side note: Who are they??) There are, in fact, many dumb questions. I know because I ask them more often than Kim Kardashian posts a selfie. In the spirit of conscious parenting and minimizing the urge to stab myself with a Lego, I’ve composed a … Continue reading There is Such Thing as a Dumb Question
I am thrilled to have had the chance to interview Mandi Castle for the second installment of my new series, where I interview moms with big, scary, sexy fitness goals. Mandi is a 37 year-old married mom of two, ages five and nine, living in Dallas. She recently published her first novel, Dear Stephanie, (which btw, I cannot … Continue reading Featured Fit Mom: Mandi Castle
It is good to know you are not perfect. It makes me feel a little better about me! My friend wrote this in an email to me last week. That’s all I had to do? Let my friend know I’m not perfect to brighten his day? I’m all in. That’s easy. I am so not … Continue reading The Gift of Imperfection