Do you find parenthood isolating? I thought everyone did, but then I was told that some don’t. And then I wrote this.
Two years ago today I was still not sure if I was in true and active labor. When I got up from a living room showing of The Hangover, things started moving into high gear. I can’t believe two years ago my daughter entered my life. I hope I’ll be writing more about it at some point soon.
Hello dear readers,
If you are someone who provides yourself with incentives to do something–like, if I work out three times a week for a month I can get a massage–and have suggestions for how I can provide incentives for myself without spending a lot of money, I’d really appreciate you visiting Second Hand Happiness (or just leaving a suggestion here).
I know most of you don’t read my other blog. Heck, even those who do can’t because I never post there anymore! But I did post there today and I think it might be worth reading. So if you want to click over and see how I did on saving money this Christmas, please feel free!
I hope you’re all detoxing from the good and bad of this year’s Christmas celebrations. I can’t believe it’s less than a week until New Years!
I have something very fun to share over at Second Hand Happiness. I hope you can take a moment to click over and take a look.
Hey all, I know that very few of you follow my other blog and I’m sure you have good reasons for that but I was hoping you could stop over there today and give me some much needed advice. It’s a short post, I promise!
Today, at Second Hand Happiness, I talk about why I feel like the kid whose parents can’t afford 5th grade camp. If you have any advice or perspective to offer, I’d surely appreciate it.