Single parenting has to be the worlds most difficult but single most rewarding job. There are days when you have no IDEA how you do what you do and still function, days when you lose hope, days when you feel like a superhero and days when life hands you a big serving of you screwed … Continue reading Month 8 day 16: Mom’s don’t get sick they malfunction.
As many may or may not know I cook for a living, but I write to fulfill a need. It's a passion, an unrelenting drive of nature from with-in me I can't control. I write erotic fiction, (adultslittleredbook.com), I write here, I write poetry (not published), I'm working on two novels, and occasionally I spit … Continue reading Month 8, day 14: Inspiration in the weirdest places
Sometime the best laid plans are the hardest to execute. Take for example a simple week. You plan your days in succession, budgeting time for everything from work and writing, kid time and alone time, errands and couch potato time. The second you feel like your careful planning is paying off, the phone rings. Your … Continue reading Month 7, day 20: Struggle is real, Solution’s Elusive
I am Rebecca. I am the daughter of Brian and Debbie, step daughter of Dorothy and Bo, Mother to Christopher, Cameron, and Tyler, Sister to Julie and Mike. I am a creative thinker, an out of the box thinker, a problem solver, a survivor. What I do: I cook, I work for a … Continue reading Month 7: Who I am vs What I do
Twenty days of saying "OK, I'm here, I'm changing my life for the better, and I give myself permission to fail, but I'm not going to stop trying." It's exhausting. But its worth it. The next step is being able to block of the BS that bogs you down. All the BS. The negative vibes, … Continue reading Day 20: Blocking the BS
Sounds Terrible doesn't it. Permission to Fail. But it is a necessity. You don't know me yet. But I know a little about you. No matter who you are. You are a person who hates to fail. We all hate to fail. It depresses us, belittles us, breaks our spirit. In this world full of … Continue reading Day One: Permission to Fail