Reality Check

As a parent there are certain truths we must teach our kids, but also ones we must first learn ourselves and we may not always like these truths, but we must learn them, and so I want to go through them and touch on them, especially in today’s entitlement, snowflake Read more…

Spoiler

This piece was sent to me and I am sharing it with you, this piece of wisdom. Namaste. Spoiling our children with new things stems from a feeling of lack in our own childhood. By Madison Taylor One of the greatest things about children is that they have the ability Read more…

Do or Don’t?

Tone Tone, Pitch etc.. matter and with kids I am great at getting that right it seems, with adults, well I still have to work on it, as adults try my patience way too easily much more than kids to because adults ought to know better on stuff.  As a kid, you Read more…

Don’t Quit

Life is one of twists and turns, mountains and valleys, calm seas and stormy seas.   When we have prayed, meditated, discerned what-what we are meant to be, do as God intended we do, it’s great, awesome.  That doesn’t mean necessarily it’s smooth sailing, and there are any number of reasons. One of Read more…

Sign of Maturity

I’ve never been a person who has vented a lot per se, except on Twitter, where I shared my views very passionately on political and social issues. and when I was in a particular and toxic relationship.  I’ve realized an important lesson in terms of maturity about venting and particularly about Read more…