Tips for Traveling with Anxiety

I have serious wanderlust. I imagine a life filled with traveling, seeing the bright, beautiful, and wild things this big world of ours has to offer. I want to literally travel all over the world and see every inch of it. Unfortunately, this wanderlust is in major contradiction, even full out war I’d say, with […]

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Dear Son, You Saved Me

Becoming a mom was one of the greatest adventures I’ve ever embarked upon. It was a challenge in every single way, but here was this little tiny human who depended on me for literally everything. It was very much an eye opener for me, and in many ways my son changed, shaped, and even saved […]

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Potty… Training?

Potty training. The goddamn bane of my existence. I think that attempting this (note how I say attempting… not succeeding) has caused a new level of frustration and anxiety I did not know that I could experience. I mean, it seems like such a simple concept – pull down pants, aim, fire… and yet my […]

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4 Rules to Help Cope with Anxiety and Panic While Parenting

I’ve always had various coping mechanisms for my anxiety, but since becoming a mom some of them aren’t particularly feasible anymore. For instance, I can’t randomly go take a hot shower when I’m in the middle of Walmart with my 2-year-old. Hell, I can’t randomly go take a hot shower when I’m in the middle of my […]

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Fighting Mom Guilt Together

Mom guilt is a very real thing (note that I say Mom Guilt but Dad Guilt totally applies to this entire post too). I feel it’s almost naturally ingrained in us because we worked so damn hard on the art project that is our child, we would hate for anything we did to affect how damn perfect […]

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