TGIF or TGIM?

Today my sister-in-law said, “TGIF!”


I know some parents who may not say it out loud, but on Monday mornings, they’re thinking, “TGIM!” That means it’s Monday morning and they can go back to work where they feel competent, valued and can tell whether or not they’re doing a good job. Parenthood, wonderful as it is, doesn’t tend to offer much by way of validation and affirmation of a job well done. But remember: just because no one’s telling you you’re doing a good job doesn’t mean that you aren’t.

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One of the FAQ’s I’m being asked these days is about how to stay in balance. December is always intense for those of us who set ourselves up with endless expectations related to the holiday season. Confession: I am one of those. I do it out of ❤️ for my peeps and my...

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The Empty Chair – Thanksgiving 2020

The Empty Chair – Thanksgiving 2020

Thanksgiving 2020. I have to inhale. Pause. Exhale.  So much to be grateful for.  So much to grieve.  This year as my kids gather, I have a deeper, more profound sense of gratitude than ever before that we and our loved ones are healthy...

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