A Day In The Life

I have been obsessively watching Vanity Fair Does In A Day videos on YouTube. It fascinates me how celebrities and even average people choose to spend their day. Especially in this time of quarantine. So, I thought I would share a typical day. I wake up between 5 and 6 in the morning. I get… Continue reading A Day In The Life

How I’m Surviving Quarantine

One of my recent blog posts really got me thinking about how similar my experience with pregnancy loss and pandemic has been.  So, I started brainstorming about what really helped me during loss that might also help me now.  As always, I disclaimer this with “give myself grace” which brings me to my first point.… Continue reading How I’m Surviving Quarantine

Show Me The “Meme”ing Of Being Lonely

Maybe it's the fact that it has been almost a complete two months since the COVID-19 conversation entered into our home. Well over a month since we have been social distancing. And week in, week out of stress and anxiety in a way we have never experienced before. But I thought I would do something… Continue reading Show Me The “Meme”ing Of Being Lonely

Things I’m Learning from COVID-19

It's been well over a month of social distancing so far. There is so much I've learned about myself and my family and my community, living in such an unique and unprecedented time in this generation. I've seen a few similarities between this experience and the experience of pregnancy loss. It makes sense because both… Continue reading Things I’m Learning from COVID-19

March Books

So, the last two months, I've been reading 4 to 5 books a month on average, but this month, I barely read 3 books, and two of those books I started at the end of February. I think that's indicative of how much has changed in just four(ish) weeks. As I was trying to figure… Continue reading March Books