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I Have Fibromyalgia: It Doesn’t Have Me

it’s invisible It took twenty years to be accurately diagnosed with Fibromyalgia.  I remember years ago someone saying that it isn’t a real thing, so they made up a diagnosis.  Clearly that person was extremely uneducated.  When we see someone with a visible disability or an obvious disadvantage, it tends to be easier to understand.  Read More

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Starter Kit Oils: A Brief Overview

    Order your kit here     what is in the premium starter kit? lavender   Lavender, often called “The Swiss Army Knife” of essential oils, is one oil you will likely find yourself reaching for often. Just a drop may help soothe minor skin abrasions, a swipe along the inside cheek may help bring Read More

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Because I Hated Being Alone

Man.  I remember my early years of wifehood.  We had kids so soon that wifehood and motherhood just became one giant fondue pot of mess.  Everywhere I looked were moms who seemed to have it all together, and I was like, “why is just not my thing?” “Will it ever be my thing?” I often Read More

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Having Twins: Real Life 

Throughout my career as a mom I’ve met some seriously inspiring people. You’ll start to see inspiring moms featured here on my blog because, well, they’re just amazing.  My goal to create a community is not thwarted by circumstances I’ve not experienced. It just gives me fire to learn about them!  Meet Sara, an amazing Read More

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I Almost Took Your Baby

Dear Mom on Delta flight 2646 out of Salt Lake City, Utah to Orlando, I remember seeing your two really small (and adorable) babies toddling their way around the gate.  I was there extremely early just waiting to go home to my own two kids.  It was a long day for me, so I can Read More