Mental Health, Spread Love, Twitter/Social Media, Writing

They Don’t Have To Be Here, To Be Here

I am so excited to share this post with you! Today I did something incredible, and nearly life-changing. I had lunch with a friend I’ve never met in person (and still haven’t). That’s right, we took the digital age and rode it! Let me explain, but first…I need to introduce my incredible friend, Miranda! You can… Read More They Don’t Have To Be Here, To Be Here

Against Hate, Mental Health, Parenting, Spread Love, Twitter/Social Media, Writing

My Homeless Short Story

On this #GivingTuesday, just a mere days after Thanksgiving I sit back and think about what I’m thankful for. Over the last few years, I’ve found it difficult to find the good in my life, because the bad has pulled blinders over my eyes and refused to allow me to see. That’s changing, and I’m doing… Read More My Homeless Short Story

Spread Love, Twitter/Social Media, Writing, Writing Dreams

5 Things You Shouldn’t Say To A Fellow Author

In the world of social media, it has become very easy to post opinions and in most cases are done in an, “I’m better than thou” tone. I won’t lie, I find myself doing it sometimes and that’s why I wanted to share this post, so we can all sit back and think about how… Read More 5 Things You Shouldn’t Say To A Fellow Author

Writing

10 People, Places, and Things I’m Thankful For This Year

Well Lovey’s, it’s Thanksgiving again and oh what a time of year this has been for me. I will spare you, my gracious readers the sadness and instead, I’ll reflect on the People, Places, and Things I’m most thankful for this year. Join me, and share at least ONE thing you’re thankful for as well.… Read More 10 People, Places, and Things I’m Thankful For This Year

Parenting, Spread Love, Writing

The Star Movie: Not Your Average Review

“Here! Just take the f-ing honeybun and eat them all!” I said yesterday morning, to my 7-year-old. I was having another moment, a heated difficulty of balancing being a mom who needs to be attentive all the time and being punched in the gut once again by another job with little appreciation. In that moment, I… Read More The Star Movie: Not Your Average Review

Author Interviews, Twitter/Social Media, Writing

Chatting It Up with Author Vania M. Rheault

I am so excited to sit down with Vania M. Rheault and discuss her newly released book, Don’t Run Away. Book 1 of a trilogy, here’s the blurb: They say you can’t run from your problems . . . But that doesn’t stop Dane Montgomery from trying. Bitter, disillusioned, and burnt out, he needs a break, and… Read More Chatting It Up with Author Vania M. Rheault

Book Reviews, Twitter/Social Media, Writing, Writing Dreams

Harry Potter vs The Hunger Games

Hey Gang! It’s been a few days since I’ve put together a thought-provoking blog post, and this one I hope will interest you all. It’s no secret that I’m a fan of The Hunger Games, but what you may not know is, I’ve never read any Harry Potter books….until now. Backstory: A month or two ago, on… Read More Harry Potter vs The Hunger Games

Spread Love, Twitter/Social Media, Writing, Writing Dreams

Dear Social Media Followers

This one is for you. Lately, I’ve realized just how busy I am, and how it’s affecting friendships, relationships, and everything in between. I wanted to address it here. Other than her eyes, and the pattern of gray our hair turns, I only got 1 other thing from my birth mother; people pleasing. It runs in… Read More Dear Social Media Followers

Parenting, Spread Love, Twitter/Social Media, Writing, Writing Dreams

The Timeline of Our Lives

This week, my 7-year old’s teacher, who’s beyond amazing by the way, assigned her a project. This project was simply called, “My Timeline,” and the idea was to find or draw 7 photos- one for each year- and to put it into a timeline format, adding a few words to each picture. Each student will… Read More The Timeline of Our Lives