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2019 Goals: February



Goal Review: January 2019


I made some goals for the year, then for the month, and I actually didn't forget about them. Here's how it went down.

2019 Goals: January


The only way to accomplish big goals is by breaking them down into smaller, more doable chunks. That's what I'm doing here. I'm looking at my list of goals for 2019 and seeing what smaller things I can do starting this month that will move me toward checking these things off when December 2019 rolls around.

Setting Goals for 2019


Another new year approaches.

Goodbye, 2018


Oh, what a twisty-turny, shock-and-surprise-filled, extra-special year 2018 has been. A year of changed plans. Constant vomiting. Sleepless nights. Doctors and hospitalizations. Circling the drain financially. Losing loved ones and welcoming new ones.

Exercising Postpartum: Planning for 2019


September 2018. Barely one week after giving birth to my first child, I was back down to my pre-pregnancy weight. Which was great. But.

I'm still fat.

My Mostly Montessori Approach: 3 Months


It's been three months since little Claire Josephine entered the world. I thought I'd take some time (as she's napping) to share about how I've incorporated a few Montessori ideas into our family.

A Beginner's Guide to Cloth Diapers


We've been parents for about three months now, and while that hardly makes us experts, I have to share our experience- thus far- with cloth diapers.

Claire's Birth Story: Part Three



WARNING: This series of posts contains content that some may consider TMI, as well as a fair amount of hippy-dippy stuff that may annoy some readers. Just a heads-up.) 

Please read Part One and Part Two before continuing!

Claire's Birth Story: Part Two


(WARNING: This series of posts contains content that some may consider TMI, as well as a fair amount of hippy-dippy stuff that may annoy some readers. Just a heads-up.) 

Please read Part One before continuing!