Conflict amongst family and friends is never fun. Sadness, anger and hurt are just some of the emotions that appear during hard times. And who wants to deal with that, right? Well…I do. When there is an elephant in the room, rather than pretending it doesn’t exist, I always opt to stab it with… Continue reading Why Sweeping It Under the Rug Will Never Be My Thing
Dogs. Who would have thought that I could love a dog? Like really love a dog. On any given day of my life, if you asked if I was a dog person, I wouldn’t hesitate to say yes. But I have never been one of those over the top, “my-dog-is-my-life” kind of people. Once… Continue reading Our Dog, Zoey
I have a confession. I may fall into the “oversharer” category when it comes to Facebook. Mostly, I shamelessly share and re-share my blog posts, but I also display funny memes, pictures of my kids, and I do check-ins like I’m getting paid for it. And now that I’ve got my news feed perfectly… Continue reading Post Like Nobody’s Watching
For those of you who aren’t familiar with my blog, you probably don’t understand my obsession with summer t-shirt dresses. Let’s just say that I own too many, but I wear them often. I’ve even passed one down to my twelve-year-old daughter, who hates all dresses, but loves t-shirts. And although she’s not… Continue reading A T-shirt Dress…For Winter
Previously published on Sammiches and Psych Meds on December 16, 2016-http://www.sammichespsychmeds.com/why-i-dont-go-to-office-parties/ As a society, we tend to spend the majority of our waking hours at work. Americans have even adopted phrases like “work-wife” and “work-husband” to describe our co-workers who have become alternatives to our actual families. And with the holiday season approaching, there are… Continue reading Why I Don’t Go To Office Parties
It’s the holiday season, folks! And naturally, that means that bloggers are out in full force with our annual holiday gift guides! (Insert eye roll here.) I’ve never done a gift guide before. And lucky for you, I will NOT be making this an annual thing (or at least I’m not planning on it at… Continue reading The 2016 Holiday Gift Guide for Oddballs
Squirrels generally do not come up in daily conversation…unless you reside in my household. My daughters are a tad obsessed with feeding squirrels. I know, I know. I shouldn’t allow it or encourage it. But when it’s the weekend, and I’ve run myself ragged between my life and theirs, it’s hard not to settle… Continue reading Happiness Is…Squirrels in Underpants
The morning after. No less than twenty-three posts on social media all asking the same question. What will I tell my children? My mind raced with thoughts of inadequacy. Oh no! Did I miss something? Was I supposed to prepare a speech for my kids about the results of the election? Once I had… Continue reading What Will I Tell My Children?
When exes physically insert themselves into your life, it is most commonly known as stalking. However, in many cases, exes indirectly connect themselves to you, ensuring that they are still in your life, while eliminating a legal stalking charge. With the power of social media, pursuing someone who is unaware of your interest in them is extremely simple and is… Continue reading When An Ex Can’t Let Go Of The Hatred
Have you ever reached your “niceness” limit when dealing with a customer service representative? Click here to check out my blog published on SammichesPsychMeds.com or continue reading below. When it comes to customer service, I have a certain amount of tolerance for inadequacy. But once that level has been met, I am a…well…what’s a good… Continue reading DOES IT REALLY PAY TO BE NICE?