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.

Living With Guilt

Entrepreneurship. Marriage. Parenting. Guilt. We’ve all felt it, but how we deal with it is the mark of who we are. I thought I’d share my experiences and thoughts on these three topics. There are many more I could explore, but these are the three that dominate my life, and hopefully you can identify with at least one of them.

Worst Parent Ever

As a parent, I’m sure you’ve gone to bed feeling like the “Worst Parent Ever”. You’re not alone and I wanted to write about feeling this way.

Broken

Everyone knows that divorce can rip families apart. I wanted to talk about how I dealt with feeling broken and picked up the pieces to reinvent myself. I’ve still got a long way to go, but I’m definitely more whole than I was a few years ago. Here’s my story . . .

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.