Finding balance and the single mother

For the last few weeks all I can think about is standards, or “setting the bar” in regards to dating. I like to think my bar is high, but I think I might be making it close to impossible to finding someone who meets my standards and preferences. I know what I like and whatContinue reading “Finding balance and the single mother”

Expectations and the Single Mother

Expectations. The killer of all relationships. It took me approximately two years worth of self development courses, before I learned that all expectations when it comes to life, personal and intimate relationships, can set you up for udder and complete failure. How? Let me explain exactly what I’ve personally learned, and what I have appliedContinue reading “Expectations and the Single Mother”

Learning to love myself and the single mother

I want talk about and recognize the identity crisis, most of us new mommy’s face after having a baby. One day you’re a successful real estate agent, or business woman, hustling and socializing almost daily, then the next day you’re a professional diaper changer and milk dispenser . Before baby, you knew who you were,Continue reading “Learning to love myself and the single mother”

Traveling and the Single Mother

How many parents out there have traveled alone with an infant? How many parents out there have traveled alone internationally with an infant, or a toddler? I have, and if you’re a military wife I bet you raised your hand twice, and good for you for surviving that challenge! Seriously, that has to be theContinue reading “Traveling and the Single Mother”

Opening Thoughts

First and foremost, before I dive into this thing I have to say thank you. Thank you for supporting this blog and me. This blog is becoming so incredibly therapeutic to my out of control, but exciting life.  I have a bad habit of making my life appear flawless on social media, and that couldn’tContinue reading “Opening Thoughts”

Learning to say no and the single mother.

I have to get something out into the open. I have been experiencing something that is literally blowing my mind. I’m talking about a word we all know well and use daily, but why is it considered a “bad word”? Why does this one little word affect relationships with friends and family? It can tearContinue reading “Learning to say no and the single mother.”