Sunday Reflections

SUNDAY REFLECTIONS

Things I Learned: 1. Take your vitamins (preferably the chewable ones). 🙂 2. Passport pictures are worse than driver's license pictures. 3. Don't take anything, or anyone, for granted. 4. You're not getting any younger. 5. Perspective is a beautiful thing. 6. Everyone has stress and it manifests in different ways. 7. It's never too… Continue reading SUNDAY REFLECTIONS

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Career, Gymnastics, Humor

Things You Learn from Coaching Kids

You should NEVER miss out on the opportunity to be around kids. They are enthusiastic about life, eager to learn, and curious about everything. It is through them that we get to see all the good in the world, long after our "adult eyes" have been blurred and tainted by life and experiences. They offer… Continue reading Things You Learn from Coaching Kids

Sunday Reflections

SUNDAY REFLECTIONS

It's been a little while, so here's a short "Sunday Reflection" post before I start my week... Things I Learned: 1. If you force something, you'll break it. 2. Baking soda is not baking powder. 3. Terrible people will succeed. Wonderful people will fail. The world isn't fair. 4. There are no adults. Everyone is as… Continue reading SUNDAY REFLECTIONS

Advice, Family & Relationships, Humor, Personal Growth

Things I’ll Want My Daughter to Know

Should I ever be lucky enough to have you, my sweet little girl, these are some things I want you to know. You will be raised saying "yes ma'am" and "no sir." You will chew with your mouth closed. That includes chewing gum. Elbows will not be on the table and phones will not be… Continue reading Things I’ll Want My Daughter to Know

Sunday Reflections

SUNDAY REFLECTIONS

I’ve been staring at this blank screen for a while now... Hoping that some thought that I have jumbled in my head would come to fruition. That won't be the case, though. What is in my head at this moment has already been expressed elsewhere. My thoughts are foggy and my brain is starved. Therefore,… Continue reading SUNDAY REFLECTIONS

Abuse, Identity, Poetry

The Good and The Bad

I share a lot, but I also keep a lot to myself. We all do. We tend to only open up and share the great things about us with the world (our high light reel), but we so often keep our faults and battle wounds hidden. We share our best, most shiniest selves online and… Continue reading The Good and The Bad