"I never knew of the unspoken, underlying bond I would feel with the other mothers I came in contact with. The relationships I have developed started as complete strangers, and now we have now become our own tribe. I celebrate their achievements in my mind, experience their struggles in my heart, and feel their sorrows in my soul."
"That annoying know-it-all classmate from your graduating class who spews nothing but negativity on your feed; the racist uncle you just can't delete because you don't want to get in trouble with the family. You know exactly who I'm talking about, don't you? How is it that full grown adults can so easily forget the extremely simple yet crucial lessons we learned in elementary school, which should continue to be applied to our everyday lives? "
“If you've taken nothing else from this post - chose happiness. Chose to see the good in today. Choose positivity; even if you see the glass half empty, there is still time to fill it back up. All I want for my birthday this year is for you to make the choice to live your life to the fullest, no matter what your age, and live with a grateful heart. And chocolate. I never turn down chocolate.”
“If you're are struggling with anything in your life, not just parenthood - please read these words and repeat them if necessary: you are not alone.”
"Modesty isn't about covering up our bodies because they're bad; modesty isn't about hiding ourselves...it's about revealing our dignity."
“This experience taught me that regardless of how I behaved or tried to act, there could or would always be someone who could spin or change it to be the way they wanted to perceive me, possibly in a very negative way. So I decided to start being myself, and accept that those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind. Becoming a more real and honest version of yourself isn't always going to be popular; but what's popular isn't always going to be real.”