Life Lessons

Your twenties are a time of freedom, self-discovery and making new friends. Take advantage of it or you'll be sorry!

Ahhh, the mid-twenties. You’ve left some of the ways of your youth behind and maybe you are starting to feel like adulthood is here to stay. It can be just as exciting as it is daunting, but everyone’s path is different and that is something that none of us should take lightly. MUST READ: Real […]

Have you ever thought of doing the impossible? Here’s the thing about impossibilities–they are relative. Something that you think you can’t do might be child’s play for someone else and vice versa. However, there are people who see their distant goals as an impossible obstacle and they give up before they ever get started and […]

Lately I don’t know what’s been up with me! I’ve just been in this weird place where I’ve lost all inspiration and lost all motivation to get up and find it. Two years ago, I moved to the Empire State with a wild fire, excited and anxious to pursue my dreams. I didn’t have a […]

Let’s face it, in today’s society most women are raising their sons on their own, and it’s up to us to make sure our boys grow into the best men that they can be.Here are 9 things moms can do from shine.com: Lesson 1: Throw Assumptions Away Many women endorse “The Guy Alibi.” It’s usually […]

What can you really say when your aunt tells you you’ve gained some weight when you arrive home for the holidays? This was me two years ago. I was infuriated and on the cusp of popping back with something unbelievably disrespectful, but thankfully I kept my thoughts to myself.  For one, I knew she might […]

Along with sharing your toys and turning off the lights if you’re at the end of the line, lessons that we learn in elementary school are often life lessons that we take with us when we are searching for “the one” twenty years later. Sounds bizarre, right? But take a second and think back to […]

(From bettyconfidential.com) My daughter loves going to the playground. Me, not so much. When I first started taking her there, it felt strangely reminiscent of junior high school. There were plenty of kids running around and, much to my dismay, there also seemed to be plenty of parental cliques clustered around the park. For some […]