Driving down the road I see a pink cement truck and a pink tow truck. A boy around 10 has on long pink socks with his football uniform as I checked out at Meijer. The car in front of me has a decal with the well-known Breast Cancer Awareness Month logo. “October means pink.” I have heard this so many times and… Read More
Traverse City, Michigan has become a food mecca of sorts with so many great restaurants and unique places to dine. This morning I sat through my doctor’s appointment (I’m not dying, just had a weird bump on my foot that turned out to be nothing to cry about). I feel like a kindergartner who is following the rules to sit… Read More
What people don’t tell you is how challenging and funny it can be (as long as you choose to laugh). When I first learned I was pregnant last September I knew I wanted this pregnancy to be different. My first was so easy, but I was so busy it was hard to hold working out as a priority. The first… Read More
Our expected due date was May 26 and although the doctor reminded me every appointment to count on a week or two after that, we anticipated meeting our newest little in May. It’s June 7th – 12 days past our due date and completely not what we expected, but Teagan is healthy and so am I.
Reading the book “Breaking Busy: How to Find Peace and Purpose In A World of Crazy” by Alli Worthington is one of the best ways you can kick start the new you in 2016. You have a few weeks to figure out what this means to you before the book releases January 26th. Order it now and then keep reading about… Read More
I read a lot of books, but I don’t finish all of them. I used to think this was horrible and I was somehow breaking an unwritten law stating I would never be able to read another book unless I finished every single one page of every miserable book. I embraced the freedom from closing Mansfield Park by Jane… Read More