What do you do when shiz hits the fan?
Recently, my husband and I have been fighting like cats and dogs.
Everyday, it’s something new.
The boys, money, and the building permits (oh my!), and instead of clutching each other even tighter, we seem to get into yelling matches of who is doing more, who’s not doing a thing, and how we’re not being taken care of.
We’ve had to transition a lot these past six months.
We ripped our roots from living in the Bay Area to move closer to the property, and we just expected things to be easy and everything with our property to be a “simple” process. Ha! It’s been anything but.
The problem is that starting a new life and replanting roots...
Healthy Living Tips
Can’t remember the last time you took 5 or 10 minutes out of your day to breathe, do something nice for yourself or make yourself feel special?
Then, this is for YOU!
Last Christmas my husband got into a huge pileup on the freeway and completely totaled his truck.
It was my worst nightmare.
It was a total wake up call.
Not only to cherish my family every single day and try to be more present.
But, to start taking care of me.
I realized at that moment when I received the call from my husband that I was just speeding through life, not appreciating anything, and most importantly, I realized that I didn’t even know who I was anymore.
Before kids, husbands, and 24-7 responsibility, I remember my self-care being a thing I did weekly. No exceptions.
Every Sunday, I’d deep clean and condition my hair, give myself a foot bath and face mask and just really sit and enjoy pampering myself.
It was an hour or so routine that...
2018 has officially kicked my a*s!
With the flu making its way around all five of us, trips to the ER, visits to the doc, migraines, forgotten birthday (oh sorry husband!) plus the daily oh shit schedules from school, work, and errands, and on top of all of that, MOVING 2 hours away!?
UGH Talk about stress!
How about you? ;)
Do you get caught up in the “shoulds” or how things are supposed to be, that you rarely take the time to see just how far you’ve come? Like it’s just not enough?
What happens if we stop to actually see how much we do?
Check this out (and this doesn’t even include all the daily minutia of butts, teeth, laundry, lunches, and on and on).
Since my hubby’s big car accident I’ve ~