Shorter Days, Longer Nights, and a Future Worth Living For.


“A baby will make love stronger, days shorter, nights longer, bankroll smaller, home happier, clothes shabbier, the past forgotten, and the future worth living for” ~ Anonymous Oh how this is all true and the last part I feel everyday, … Continue reading Shorter Days, Longer Nights, and a Future Worth Living For.

Can you be burned out and still be inspired?


This is what I am asking myself right now?  Recently, I have been pushing hard, burning the candle at both ends and in the middle and I am tired.  Or maybe it’s burned out.  As I headed  around the blogosphere the past few days to visit other bloggers who I enjoy reading, many of their posts echo of feeling tired, overwhelmed, burnt out. I guess there is comfort in knowing I am not alone and that became oh so much more clear to me this morning. As you probably know, for you have seen the buttons that linger at the … Continue reading Can you be burned out and still be inspired?

Yipee, Yahoo!


Ok, so nothing fancy today, just the link to my new blog on Yahoo! in the parenting section of Shine.  I am feeling a little like this cute little guy in seeing snow for the first time:) http://shine.yahoo.com/parenting/favorite-day-183200294.html So thrilled.  … Continue reading Yipee, Yahoo!

Coffee is on…Welcome to ‘mynewfavoriteday’


“A smile is the universal welcome.” ~ Max Eastman Waves and smiles to all of you that may be joining us from my new Yahoo! blog! Yay!  So happy you are here and thanks for popping by. Feel free to put your feet up, grab a cup of coffee or glass of wine depending on what time of day you arrive, and browse some of our heartfelt posts. If you are looking for some guidance, you can click on “If you are just joining us, some of my favorite posts” and take a look a look around. For my current … Continue reading Coffee is on…Welcome to ‘mynewfavoriteday’

Motherhood: an evolution of strength, love and silliness.


“Being a mother is learning about strengths you didn’t know you had, and dealing with fears you didn’t know existed.”  ~Linda Wooten As women (and you men know just what I am talking about if the switch has ever flipped … Continue reading Motherhood: an evolution of strength, love and silliness.