I Still Love Mom Jeans

I Still Love Mom Jeans

Many moons ago, I told you all about my love for mom jeans. They suck everything in. The bulges and pouches and stretch marks and that skin flap over my double c-section scar. I still keep a pair of mom jeans in my drawer for a night out on the town, or more likely,...
You Are More Than Just A Mom

You Are More Than Just A Mom

You are more than just a mom. Why is that so hard to remember lately? It’s hard to remember you’re more than a mom while living through a pandemic. It’s hard to remember when the baby wakes you up for the fifth time in four hours and all you want is a little sleep....
The Change Jar

The Change Jar

Back when I was in college at Western Kentucky University from approximately 2003-2007, I was what you would call a “broke-ass bitch.” I also had a large group of friends I will call my “broke-ass bitch” friends. I often ask myself – and...
As Women, We Cannot Have It All

As Women, We Cannot Have It All

Last week, I was talking to a man who asked me if I thought women could have it all. You know, the whole shebang. The real deal. The DREAM. A beautiful family, a great career, a house with a white picket fence and a dog that doesn’t jump on every person that enters...
What I Learned During My Social Media Blackout

What I Learned During My Social Media Blackout

A few days before Christmas, I decided that I needed a break. I was tired, agitated, stressed and couldn’t stop thinking about everything I needed to do to prepare for the upcoming holiday. I decided to do a social media blackout. I took the social media apps...