I used to have a thigh gap. I honestly didn’t think anything of it then. It just was. Now, the only gap I have is the time after the kids go to bed and before I go to bed, too. Just enough time for a bowl of ice cream and sometimes, even […]
Author Archive | Tabitha
If you’re anything like me, you might hear the word, “productivity” and cringe. That, or turn on your heels and run—far, far away. But lately, I’ve come to realize that productivity isn’t actually a dirty word. Really! Listen. My kids are still young and my obligations are few. I set my own schedule and, if […]
I’ve learned that I don’t have to consume everything that’s put in front of me. I get to choose what I read and listen to. But more importantly, I get the opportunity to make the time to learn more about how to do this work that I’ve chosen, and how to do it well.
I see you there. Standing in the middle of the kitchen, talking to yourself. Or, maybe it’s the dirty dishes? You’ve broken up with them again haven’t you? You’ve decided they’re not worth the work today, or the stress. No matter. They weren’t much for conversation, anyway. It’s already been a long day hasn’t it? […]
I’ve come to realize that my home is a lot like my heart. There are days where I scrub it clean and prepare it for goals, dreams, and work and for those days where I’ve invited people in—to gather and play. Sometimes, I’m simply enjoying the few seconds where I’m alone and it’s quiet. But […]
I know that you don’t always have the time to pop into a shop that’s really pretty on the inside, but less than kid friendly. You especially don’t always have the time to wait for a carefully crafted cup of coffee. I get it. But that doesn’t mean you have to exchange taste for convenience. […]
I’m lucky that in the span of our conversation, we bridged the gap that had formed between us. We could try again. And this time, we started over with the understanding that we were different. We started over knowing that we could be completely ourselves with one another; that we had the permission to disagree.
Photo Credit: Beth Mayberry of Oak + Oats Lifestyle PhotographyFrom the moment of conception (and actually, even before) children are losing their right to privacy. In fact, a recent study shared that by the time a child is five years old, their parents will have posted around 1,500 images of them on social media. Anonymity […]
A Quick and Dirty Guide to the different types of Resting Mom Face found out in the wild. There’s a reason behind those seemingly discontent mom faces.
Motherhood is not an excuse for your burn out. It’s not your life that has to change, it’s not your children that have to grow up, and it’s not your husband that has to take notice. It’s you. You have to change.