Surviving Multiple Sclerosis was my first thought. My mind had to adjust to no longer being the same person. I was no longer as witty, no longer as physically fast, my memory was shorter, and I was in horrible pain.
You can’t define me as a woman by only seeing my sex appeal
Don’t define me as a woman from how my hips rock
Don’t define me as a woman by if my breasts are real
Are you Ambitious? Perhaps my ambitions and aspirations have grasped tightly around my waist hindering and rescuing me from falling victim to the many disappointments and hardships I have faced throughout my life. It’s simple, I refuse to give up. Here are my tips for staying positive and motivated.
Finding yourself through pain can be difficult. Life tends to grab us by the collar when we least expect it. When we are hurt we internalize the pain and sometimes view the situation as a reflection of who we are.
We all want to leave a mark in this world. Some people are remembered for their courage and ability to stand up for what is right such as the great Dr Martin Luther King Jr. So I ask how do you want to be remembered?
Breastfeeding is one of the greatest experiences for me during early motherhood.My goal during my maternity leave was to stockpile enough milk for a year. Learn how to schedule pumping breast milk so that you have a supply on hand.