In The End

When I finish this post, it will be my 37th entry in this blog (Check out my Favorite https://kailynsdad.com/crowded-room/) To be honest, when I started

My Time

There have been many times in my life when I asked myself the question, “When will it be my time?” Most of the time, the

Chapters In Books On My Bookshelf

I’ve always looked at my life as a series of books sitting on a bookshelf. Mind you, my book shelf is getting dustier and dustier the older I get, but I’ve always thought of my words, actions, and decisions as being collected in multiple books, sitting on a shelf for only me to see.

When Does The Pain Go Away?

Emotional pain rivals physical pain every day. We’ve all been through a breakup and the pain that ensues. But when does it go away? I wanted to write about this for some time, but couldn’t find the “right” words for a topic like this. It’s easy to write about now that I’m on the “other side”.
If you’re going through something right now, I wanted you to know it gets better. I promise. I hope my thoughts help anyone dealing with this.

Time Anxiety

I’ve been working on this blog for weeks . . . Time Anxiety; the fear that we don’t have enough time to do what we need to do. On a professional level we all feel it on a microscopic level, but as a parent, friend, family member, and human we feel it on a macro level. ⁣

Do I have enough time to teach my kids to be good humans?
Do I have enough time to leave my mark on the world?⁣
Do I have enough time on this earth?⁣

Memories

You might wonder why a photo from my wedding is the photo I choose for a blog on memories? The reason is that honestly, despite the marriage not working out, it was still one of the best days of my life (although it’s taken me quite a few years to circle back to this conclusion). Standing in front of my friends and family & being married by my little brother, was one of my fondest memories. And with that explanation. . . here’s my take on some good & some bad memories!

COVID-19 Life Lessons

Life has been so crazy lately, right? Not crazy “busy”, or crazy “fun” . . . but just crazy (or closer to crazy “scary” or crazy “stressful”). Nothing about the way things have been for the past 8 weeks is normal, and for a social extrovert like me, it’s been nothing short of difficult. I thought I’d talk a little about my experiences and a few lessons ‘Rona taught me.

Perspective

Perspective is something that’s difficult to see/understand because when you’re “in the moment”, it’s difficult to see your life and experience unbiased. It’s something that