Will You Survive Motherhood?

November 5, 2017 Tracy Heins

Whether it’s a silent plea or a loud cry with tears streaming down your face, every Mom eventually asks: “Will I survive Motherhood?” Sometimes you are tired and out of patience.  Your hair could grease […]

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Confessions of an Ordinary Woman

November 4, 2017 Tracy Heins

Some days I feel ordinary, nothing special, and just plain average. My breath smells in the morning and my underwear doesn’t always match my bra.  Occasionally, I have  only one earring  on or walk around […]

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Helping Kids With Homework

October 25, 2017 Tracy Heins

Something mysterious happened to my dormant brain cells after I helped with my 3rd graders math homework. The area of the brain that deals with navigating carpool and unsticking siblings in a fight are well […]

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Feeling Too Old or Too Young?

October 11, 2017 Tracy Heins

When we’re young, we have all the time in the world and no one takes us seriously. When we’re older,  we’re running out of time to finish everything we wanted to do. Two women of […]

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The Exhausting Pursuit of Perfection

September 11, 2017 Deborah King

I am a recovering perfectionist. While some perfectionists feel pushed toward their goals, my inner critic kept me paralyzed in the land of ‘someday’. Someday, I will achieve mastery and be able to deliver a […]

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