motherhood

A Life That Is Real

by SomeGirl on May 12, 2011 · 22 comments

Fraddling Friday… Hmmm…. If only I had done some neat thing for someone this week… Or some great selfless act of service… Or been so loving and kind, thinking of those around me and more importantly those closest to me… But I can’t say that I did. It’s been a long, hard week and I’m […]

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Ahhh… It feels SO good to sit down with a nice warm cup of  Tazo “Calm” tea and a cinnamon apple candle glowing next to the laptop. And it’s great to connect with you again after a busy Spring Break! ♥ I am excited to share more wisdom from Sally Clarkson’s Mom Heart Conference (see […]

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I’ve REALLY been enjoying virtual tea with you guys these past few Tuesdays and have also been enjoying real tea with my sweet friend across the street each Thursday afternoon.  I’d highly encourage you to find time (or make time) this week to sit in person with a cup of tea and a friend. You’ll […]

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Ahhh… My sweet friends, I can’t tell you how much I’ve needed this time to sit down, unwind, light a candle, sip on a warm cup of “calm” tea and chat with you! It’s been a long weekend and I’ve let my focus slip from my new found purpose in parenting, back to my old […]

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You Are Invited…

by SomeGirl on February 21, 2011 · 15 comments

This past weekend I had the awesome opportunity to attend a Mom Heart Conference hosted by Sally Clarkson (author of The Mission of Motherhood). And for the first time in my parenting life I REALLY KNOW MY PURPOSE!! I feel the most passionate and empowered I have ever felt as a mom and it feels […]

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Doing My Job Means Ignoring You

by Guest blogger on March 15, 2010 · 18 comments

I’ve always shaken my slightly pretentious head at people who wasted hours on Facebook, since I’ve managed to avoid the time-sucking aspects of it pretty well. Recently, I launched the blog I’d been mentally planning for ages, started ‘tweeting’ new people on Twitta’ and quickly morphed into “one of those people.” It felt great to […]

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