Time Management, Uncategorized

Failing at Trying to Do it All

There are only twenty-four hours in a day. I try to devote anywhere from seven to eight of those hours to sleep. I mentioned sleep first because you must understand that, like the fox in the above photo, sleep is my favorite thing to do. I am required to spend nine hours at my full-time seed… Continue reading Failing at Trying to Do it All

Parenting, Time Management, Uncategorized

Failing at Morning Routines

This post will be published around the time my teenager and I are stumbling out of the house for the first day of school. There will be faint whiffs of excitement, a lot whining, and some yelling. The yelling will be from me. I am always late. No matter where I go. I am late… Continue reading Failing at Morning Routines

Encourage Yourself, Starting a Business

Motivating Others Instead

I have never been much of a doer. My tendencies lean more toward talking. So much so that I think myself a motivator, not a life coach because life coaches, at the very least, have a history of doing. I’m more of a pusher. I push dreams like drugs on unsuspecting people. The truth is,… Continue reading Motivating Others Instead

Health Goals

A Failing Waistline

Maybe this fail plan idea was an overreach. Writing? Sure! Writing at home isn’t hard. Allowing my kid to grow up? That’s inevitable. Making friends and leaving behind my introverted ways? Far-fetched, but doable. But eating right? Working out? Could be impossible. The goals were to set a deadline: three days, three workout videos. I… Continue reading A Failing Waistline