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The Inconsideration of Comparison

Many of us do it.  We look at posts on social media and wonder, “How does she look so refreshed?  She has three kids under the age of seven; I only have two.”  Or, “Wow, they look so happy.  And us, well we look happy… and tired!”  And then there are the moms who feed… Continue reading The Inconsideration of Comparison

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I Am Her

I am her I am her I am her I am the middle-aged woman who knows a thing or two, but is still a student; learning and growing I am at an age where self-definition means: being willing to redefine myself over, and over, again I’m repurposing purpose, and reshaping my shape; while figuring out… Continue reading I Am Her