Health, Mental illness, Self Help Gratitude + Self pity April 25, 2019

Let’s start with what self-pity is. Self Pity noun pity for oneself, especially a self-indulgent attitude concerning one’s own difficulties, hardships, etc.: We must resist yielding to self-pity and carry on as best we can. Here are a few other definitions of what self-pity can look like: An inability to accept a situation or circumstance...

Whole30 Whole30 + Before & After Photo February 24, 2019

  I’ve been on Whole 30 for almost 5 months now and started to feel the incredible benefits of eating whole foods since day 3. Below is a list of before ailments. Before Whole30 body check-in: Allergies; runny nose, itchy eyes, coughing, sneezing. Headaches Eczema Bloating Digestive issues; diarrhea, constipation, always irregular Stomach pains Insomnia...

Uncategorized Celebrating February with James Avery. February 13, 2019

I can’t believe we’re well into the month of February! This is one of my favorite months, my husband and I were married in the month of February. We had our reception outdoors and there was a 70% chance of rain, sure we had a plan B but we really hoped plan A would work...

Uncategorized How to beat cedar fever using Molekule my personal review. January 31, 2019

  Did you know that according to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) the Top 5 air quality problems in the U.S. are all indoor air problems? Homes may look clean at face value but you always have to consider that the air may not be. We made a switch a few years ago to eliminate...

Uncategorized Gifts + Mental Illness. October 1, 2018

I’ve mentioned this before, a friend once explained to me how his mental illness was a gift from God and how if he could he’d never ask for it to be taken away. At the time I thought what a sick thought bro and, how I’d been begging God day and night to take it...

Family, Homeschooling, My boys Bible Study Guide Curriculum May 16, 2018

After a lot of interest in the Bible Curriculum we use I thought it would be great to write about it. This curriculum was introduced to me by my husband’s Aunt who also homeschools, we didn’t use it our first year of school because our curriculum for our first year had bible study included. After a...

Family, Homeschooling, My boys Part 1: The Finer Things Club-Tea Time & Art Studies April 24, 2018

As a homeschooling mother there is a lot of pressure to teach other subjects and art doesn’t seem to be one that falls under the must teach areas of study. There are many benefits of learning art such as; stimulates both sides of the brain, children who do art are better readers and excel in...

Family, Homeschooling, Mental illness Homeschooling with Mental Illness April 16, 2018

Homeschooling wasn’t always the plan, in fact I said I would never homeschool on numerous occasions. When we started considering homeschooling the boys, we started seeking outside advice from friends, family and school teachers. From those who knew me the issue of my mental health was a concern. At first it made me feel sad...

Mental illness, Uncategorized Growth, you menace. March 22, 2018

Can I say I hate growth? No? I’m gonna say it anyway. I hate growth. Such a painful friend to have around, asking you to do more and be more than you ever intended. Telling you what you may have learned and have done all your life is wrong and can be no more. Ugh....

Health 10 ways to practice Self Care. March 8, 2018

We never realize how much were not taking care of ourselves until we feel so run down, overweight, tired and sick. Some of us (my husband) have disciplines set in place to take care of ourselves and when life starts to get busy and a week has gone by with lack of self care you can...