A Letter to My 20-Year-Old Self

Dear me, from 15 years ago, Hello dear friend! I know it may seem silly to write you this letter, but I think about you a lot. I look back upon this time in our life with such fondness. I often think about the unique independence college afforded, and how much that influenced this formative... Continue Reading →

Default Parenting, Episode 1

Me, preparing to go out of town for two nights: Wash four loads of laundry, prep the kids' lunches and snacks, wrap the birthday present(s) for the weekend, lay out my son's basketball uniform, stock up the fridge with snacks, and write out the kids' plans for the weekend. Oh, and pack my bag. My... Continue Reading →

How My Kids Taught Me I’m an Introvert

I’ve always loved the human connection. I enjoy spending time with people, listening to their stories, having intimate conversations at dinners and small gatherings. I also like to feel included, part of a group, and a member of my community. My family is very close, and with three sisters and several cousins, being around people... Continue Reading →

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