1999.The New Year eve, December 31, 1999 was different in our home.I had been raised to be as excited for the new year, but not with activities that surrounded my later years.Red was my favourite color, and the morning of January 1 met me with a new dress to glow in, and prepare for Mass.That … Continue reading Clear the Cobwebs
Like others, through the lockdown, I live. I am alive, this is what I tell myself everyday, because it is not only true, it is what matters the most. I wondered for years what my personality was -Introvert? Extrovert?. My birthday this year brought the final revelation, people wrote up a beautiful storm all of … Continue reading This time of our lives
"I get most things that I set my mind to." The first time that I said this to my uncle, I hadn't said it with the expectant accompanying boast tone. I had said it in a low voice, low because it was burdened with the vulnerability of opening up to anyone. I had found it … Continue reading Brave it.
There is such a thing called 'mommy guilt', that nagging feeling that constantly tells you that you aren't doing well enough, that nags you when you have to make a choice between something and your children. Moms who have to work long hours find they get this more often -I have friends who cry from … Continue reading Mommy guilt is a thing!
Some moms begin to get monday blues from sunday evenings😄. If I am honest, sunday evenings give me some anxiety. I worry about things that would either make no sense by noon the following day...or end up ruining the next morning for good, could swing either ways So I have 5 things off my head … Continue reading Pre-monday mommy tips (lite version)