I've also enjoyed the taste of actual ingredients as opposed to any synthetic sweeteners or sugar alcohols that I've been kinda addicted to in the past (I'm looking at you, Quest Bars) as it's helped me connect the act of…
I had even dyed my hair grey back in the day, back when I was young and that shit looked cool and intentional.
In an effort to incorporate more sustainable practices into my life, I'm trying to be more plastic free (not just for #plasticfreejuly either) and figured cosmetics and toiletries was a good place to start.
Why was I so quick to shut down the idea? Is it because it wasn't "traditional"? I didn't grow up like that so no one should? It's easy to shut something down when you feel it goes against your normal.
Guest post by the incredible Michelle Murphy. A post on Post-natal Anxiety. Facebook Instagram Join the next event! I want to prelude with the caveat that this blog is my personal opinion regarding my personal experience and is not designed…
Being Type A is feeling like you have it under control but only if you follow your "system" and follow the plan. Type A is perfectionism and competitiveness. Type A is when people call you "a little tightly wound" or "ambitious".
Boowiggie was actually the catalyst for our family switching to cloth nappies part-time.
There's just no perfect way to say it, I have binge eating disorder. I could say I'm a sneaky eater, a comfort eater, an emotional eater. It's all true.
And it wasn't my name on the byline, and it wasn't a generic "by company x". It was her name.
I haven’t seen a cliffhanger like that since The Empire Strikes Back, such suspense! If you don’t know what I’m talking about, the first part to this post is here. So we had decided on an elective c-section as my…