Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Phases of a R.W.

My BFF’s daughter, who also happens to be my husband’s God-daughter, turned 13 this week.  She is beautiful, smart, funny and trendy.  At that age, I was none of those things.  Ok, maybe I can claim smart – because I … Continue reading

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Be Prepared for the Past

I am happy to say that thus far in life I have very few regrets.  Even though I’ve made a few poor decisions over the years, I’m a strong believer that everything happens for a reason, and every decision – … Continue reading

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It’s A System

I consider myself a fairly intelligent, modern woman.  I completed four years of college plus various professional development training courses through my adulthood.  I am pretty adept at using modern technology.  I use my computer/laptop/mac/iPad/iPhone tools every day. I manage … Continue reading

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Despite Ourselves

Let’s face it, Real Women, we know we are awesome. We are strong, smart, and we are the glue that holds our families together.  Fess up, deep inside we at least partly believe that without our daily management, our households … Continue reading

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Real Time – a Warped Dimension

I always think that I will have more time on a weekend, or a day off, than I really do. Maybe that is poorly stated.  Clearly I’m aware that every day is made up of 24 hours, no matter the day … Continue reading

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Uncertainty Breeds Indifference

The New Year was ushered in with very little fanfare at my house.  Last night we had a nice dinner, then pretty much just hung out. My son was in bed by 9:30; my husband and I did some lounging … Continue reading

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