We’re excited to partner with Catia Holm for Bloom 2017! Meet Catia Catia Hernandez Holm inspires audiences through her candid and poignant motivational writings, videos, and her signature movement, the “Confidence Revolution.” She teaches us how to experience peace and joy, and how to make the most of our days. Through her writing and speaking, […]
There’s a place where moms of little ones come to encourage, support, and uplift one another. A place where you can rock your yoga pants and that t-shirt with the mystery stains on it (and not be judged for it). A place where you can sit and drink HOT coffee – without having to microwave […]
The first two chickens survived their first year, despite my kids’ best efforts at loving them quite hard. The second round hasn’t been as easy. Pet loss isn’t easy, folks.
I’m a twin, so I’ve always shared my birthday. It’s no big thing. I remember the first birthday that I celebrated while I was in college. My friends went all out with decorations and goodies, and I felt so special and loved. The day was all about celebrating me — and only me! Fast forward about […]
Did you know?! Santa Claus is coming to town! My favorite time of year is upon us. It’s Christmas, and you know what that means, right? Twinkle lights and tiny tots throwing tantrums. Frothy mugs of Abuelita hot chocolate and frantic mommies all around. Three Wisemen and ten million things on the to-do and the to-buy […]
There are many benefits (emotional and physical) and of practicing gratitude and being thankful, not just on this one special day, but all year long.
This is the grueling part of parenting- when our child gets their hopes up about a team, only to find face the disappointment of not being picked for it.
It seems that the best and brightest people are leaving us. Still, through the loss, I was able to reconnect with family and watch my boys grow.
Last week, someone on my Facebook newsfeed posted that she had the opportunity to help in an emergency with someone else’s child while at a local swimming pool. She noted that it was not anyone’s neglect that let to the incident, just that “it takes a village.” When I read that, I immediately agreed. As […]