I live a weird life.
I’m sure you’re not surprised at this revelation… 🙄
Sunday morning coffee at mom’s.
Allow me to elaborate:
I live in two main residences. #spoiled
There’s the house I co-own with the kids’ dad, and there’s the home I grew up in where my mom lives.
I travel back and forth between both houses almost every week…
Here’s the thing:
I like this arrangement. 😳 #weird
Continue reading “Glass half full vs glass half empty”
Moods. Who needs them? Not me. Wish I could be a very even-keeled kind of person who doesn’t fluctuate between depression and rage, and everything in between.
Continue reading “Moods: up and down like a roller coaster”
Have you read the list of
49 things about me I posted the other day? Numbers 6, 7 and 8 touch on my desire for order in this house. Frankly, I could come up with 49 items just on that topic, but that would be a boring list to read. 😛
But the accumulation of stuff is a prevailing topic in my life.
For instance, my parents are housing stuff that belongs to us. Even though we have our own house, you understand.
Continue reading “Stuff and clutter: what we own, what we store, what we’ll inherit”
Face it: minimalism in a family with kids is about as far away from possible as Fiji is from Canada.
Which doesn’t mean you shouldn’t attempt it.
I amuse myself.
Ha ha ha.
Continue reading “The purge: starting at the beginning”
As you may have gathered by the header image of my blog, we are a sports family. It’s summer time, and this means baseball!
What does it mean to be a sport family? Well, one thing sports families do is they go on tournaments. Both local and away tournaments require traveling, which by default means packing.
Although I like traveling, I am not a fan of packing stuff. Especially for a family trip…
I hate stuff.
Continue reading “Traveling with kids: packing for sport tournaments”