The art of chilling I’m an anxious person. I don’t like to be. In the sense that a lot of the time- there is no choice. But sometimes fighting those oncoming doom feelings can make them even worse. So, Im learning how to navigate through the process with as low turbulence as I can. *Though …

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This year, we aren’t doing much for Christmas- and we’re cool with it! We decided before the start of this holiday season that things were going to look a lot different. While it is a little disappointing to think of not spending the holidays with our entire families, it’s a much safer alternative for everyone. …

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Though we aren’t celebrating a classic Thanksgiving this year, I did make some corn casseroles yesterday. Some I dropped off with family and friends, and one stayed with us. My mom made this for holidays growing up, so it has a special place in the usual lineup. It’s surprisingly easy to make, and I feel …

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Sometimes I can tell from the moment I open my eyes that I am going to have a hard day. Even with proactive strategies and treatment, Post-partum depression (PPD) has up and down days/times. For the most part, I am able to function at my best through the mood fluctuations. Sometimes I can shake the …

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Parenthood comes with a lot of changes, very little sleep, and big hormone changes. It’s natural to feel a general sense of “WTF” the difference is when those feelings become overwhelming, more negative than neutral, override logic, and put barriers between you and your loved ones. A deep fog can settle, and it’s hard to …

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