I Almost Shot My Classmates

A story from Daniel Riley that has gone viral on FB: "I almost shot my classmates when I was fourteen years old. I was not mentally ill. I had no juvenile criminal record. I'd never been suspended from school. I was a straight-A student. I almost shot my classmates, because I experienced a moment of… Continue reading I Almost Shot My Classmates

Strong Women Who Helped Me

To continue you with our Feature Friday/Feminist Friday series we have a man who considers himself a feminist and more importantly someone who I look up to and admire. Here is his story; When I was younger, I didn’t really understand feminism. I always looked up to the strong women in my life, and I… Continue reading Strong Women Who Helped Me

60 Things You Can Do That Will Make A Difference In Your Community

One of my goals for 2018 is to be more active in my community; whether that is getting involved in community service, politics, etc. I thought I should make a list of things we can each do to make a difference! Some of these things are big and some of them are small. You may make… Continue reading 60 Things You Can Do That Will Make A Difference In Your Community

My Goals For 2018

Everyone has their lists for what they want to accomplish in the new year and I figured if I didn't do one I'm not a "real" blogger. Ahahaha So here's mine. Be a better wife. Be more active in my community; whether that is getting involved in community service, politics, or something else I find worthwhile.… Continue reading My Goals For 2018

My Christmas Wish List

I am going to be the first to admit that my Christmas list isn't very exciting this year. I'm wanting more practical things then I've ever wanted before in my life. Welcome to adulthood, I guess. 😦 However, I did add some books I would love to add to my library and a few accessories I… Continue reading My Christmas Wish List

Living Through A Miscarriage

If you're like me the first 12 weeks of my pregnancies were so terrifying and exciting. You always hear about miscarriages and you always hope you aren't going to become a statistic. However, after talking about IVF and PUPPS I realized miscarriages are another one of those issues that no one wants to talk about.… Continue reading Living Through A Miscarriage

Living with Bipolar as a Mother.

I have connected with so many women and men from different walks of life and Erika's story is one that I want to share with you all. Erika is a mother, wife, daughter, friend, blogger, kind woman who just happens to have bipolar disorder. Hopefully, after reading her story you will think differently about mental… Continue reading Living with Bipolar as a Mother.

Pruritic Urticarial Papules and Plaques of Pregnancy

What is PUPPs you may ask? The easiest, most basic explanation is a skin condition seen in pregnancy. 1% of pregnant women get this non-contagious skin rash which results in bumpy skin that constantly and intensely itches. Women develop small bumps and hives that starts on the abdomen and spreads to the thighs, butt, breasts,… Continue reading Pruritic Urticarial Papules and Plaques of Pregnancy

A Story About PCOS & Infertility

Today we are talking to a woman who has Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). For anyone who doesn't know what PCOS is according to Webmd.com it "is a problem in which a woman's hormones are out of balance. It can cause problems with your periods and make it difficult to get pregnant. PCOS also may cause unwanted changes… Continue reading A Story About PCOS & Infertility

The Other Side Of IVF

I had so much positive feedback from my blog post “A First Hand Look At IVF” that I wanted to bring the other side to light. I asked Billy, Tiffany’s husband, to answer a few questions about how he felt as they were going through the IVF process. Kudos to this amazing couple for going… Continue reading The Other Side Of IVF