Posts filed under: Life

 This post has been sponsored by Johnson & Johnson. All thoughts and opinions are my own. As the parents of three Hispanic daughters, we know that our girls will grow up to experience struggles that others may not. We raise...
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The other day, while we were driving home from the store, my daughter asked me, “Will you still be my Mom even when I’m your age?” She’s always asking questions so I didn’t think anything of it. But she didn’t...
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My oldest daughter and I were unpacking my office yesterday, singing along to the radio and finding old pictures and mementoes from years ago. I found a keychain that I had gotten signed by R. Kelly on January 2, 1997,...
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The time has come. Time to stop pretending that being older is the new younger. That’s ridiculous. People only started that nonsense because they didn’t want to feel irrelevant. The truth of the matter is we are all getting older...
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There isn’t one day, in the last 13 years, that I can remember getting up from the dinner table and not having to clean up rice, corn, pasta or veggies. Regardless of how we would show our daughters how to...
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We are living in a divided America. There’s no doubt about it. But what if we woke up one day and decided to leave our political parties? What if we put aside our political differences and came together, as humans...
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This morning I woke up, looking flawless, kissed my husband and stepped out of bed, overjoyed to start another day. As I walked through my immaculate home, I heard my children, already dressed and ready for school, talking about how...
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How many times have you heard those words in your lifetime?  This call “may be” monitored and/or recorded for quality assurance. It’s the reassurance of knowing that whatever you discuss with your bank, phone carrier, cable company, insurance company, etc.,...
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I’m about to take you back to a time you’d probably prefer to forget. You may have been feeling a little uncomfortable with the changes your body was going through. You may or may not have had someone to talk...
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Some people may call themselves a collector. They find something that they love and then buy one in every color.  As the years go on, those “collections” accumulate and although many of these things will eventually be removed from their...
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