Self-reflection Sunday: Adulting

What are the myths you believed about adulthood that you now know are false? How can you refocus your energy back to the present when you feel like you should be further along in your life? How can you better parent yourself? How can you be kinder to yourself when you feel like you’re the […]

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Right Where You’re Supposed to Be

My sister is 35. She has 3 beautiful children and has been married 16 years (going on 17). She’s a nurse. My brother is 34. He’s divorced. He’s a United States Air Force veteran and has recently started truck driving school. He has one beautiful daughter. I’m 32 (33 in December). I have two bachelor’s […]

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Adulthood: Where Everyone is Faking It

You’re in the adult club. You’re parenting yourself. But you can’t seem to find the secret to your best friend’s success. You think you’re doing everything “right” but you feel like you’re the only person faking it. But honestly, everybody’s faking it. Your mom. Your dad. Your sister. Your brother. Your best friend. Your annoying […]

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How to Adult: Parenting Yourself

I don’t feel like it. “I,” meaning me; “don’t,” meaning I am capable of doing but am making a choice not to; “feel,” meaning my favorite excuse when it comes after the adverb “not”; “like it,” meaning the action I have decided I do not want to do. But I am an adult, even when […]

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