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. Maybe my ability to continue in the race of life until my obstacle course is complete has kept me determined and focused on my goals.
Breastfeeding is one of the greatest experiences for me during early motherhood. I breastfed my eldest until she was almost 18 months and my little one year old until he was 8 months. Breast milk has been such a wonderful source of nutrients and healing for my babies. My experience breastfeeding my son was a
Prior to being diagnosed with a chronic illness I always knew the importance of having health insurance and I have always made sure that I was covered. After my diagnosis, it became apparent that I not only need to be insured I needed to understand my benefits. I needed to know all the terminology associated
Working Moms Be Inspired 365 days a year, and not just by our kids. We should be inspired by the things that make us happy as women. Working moms have it tough. We go to our job and after work we punch in to our 2nd shift. How do you stay motivated as a working
My daughter is a Girl Who Codes. For my readers that are not familiar, Girls Who Code is a National non-for profit organization that inspires and teaches girls coding skills to equip them for careers in computer technology fields. It breaks down barriers that exist as our female student reaches middle school. Did you know that only 4% of U.S. female high-school girls express an interest in majoring a computer science?
Learning that you have a chronic illness takes you through several phases before you are actually able to cope with living and accepting that your life will forever be different. The initial diagnosis brings on different feelings and it is important to allow your mind and heart to go through those feelings at its own