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.

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

Finding My Way Back To Happiness

Since my separation, I’ve been chasing happiness and can’t seem to find it. There’s just something missing and I can’t put my finger on it. This blog will probably leave you with more questions than answers, but I thought I’d pick apart my present journey to find happiness.

10 Things I Tell Kailyn

Throughout my parenting career, Kailyn and I have had several talks about life, love and happiness. Here are 10 Things I Tell Kailyn that will hopefully serve as “thought-starters”. This isn’t a list of “THINGS YOU SHOULD TELL YOUR KIDS”, because I think those lists I’ve found online take on the “one shoe fits all” mindset. Every family is different as is every child and relationship. Here are some things I say to my K that I’d like to share with you.