Surviving a Goodbye

Someone within our family just recently passed away. I didn't know them too well. I did know of their life, and the struggles they've had to endure.  Sadly, they left behind a young child. My heart broke at the thought of how young this person was - the particular circumstances of their life wasn't easy. … Continue reading Surviving a Goodbye

#momlife: Mommyhood is a Rollercoaster!

In this latest edition of #momlife, we meet Deeksha from India.  Deeksha candidly talks about her first-time motherhood experience, and the surprises she encounters. Although she’s on the other side of the globe, her discovery about motherhood is all too relatable! Meet Deeksha, and her self-professed Motherhood Rollercoaster ride: Hi to all moms out there … Continue reading #momlife: Mommyhood is a Rollercoaster!

Learning to Communicate

Not to toot my own horn, but I've been told from time to time that I have decent communication skills in the workplace. I am well-spoken, clear and professional. I am able to speak publicly to both large and important audiences without hesitation. My writing skills reflect the same. I sometimes am asked as to … Continue reading Learning to Communicate

Travel Diaries: Toronto

I was particularly excited about my business trip to Canada. I have a passport stamp from there, but it was only because I was in transit there to another country. That doesn't even count ! Full disclosure: My time in Toronto was very short. I was here on business, so the opportunity to really see … Continue reading Travel Diaries: Toronto

#momlife: 5 Tragicomic Moments in Parenting

 Parenthood is both difficult and fun - there are trying moments that can test our limits, and there are times where we couldn't see ourselves doing anything else.Then, there are the times that are just so crazy, that we have no choice but to find the humor in it! On this edition of #momlife, we feature … Continue reading #momlife: 5 Tragicomic Moments in Parenting


It was a year and a half ago, but I remember looking in the mirror. Tears streamed down my face. My hair was a mess. My clothes were a mess - I think my nursing tank was on backwards. My eyes spoke volumes. I was tired. I was stressed. I was anxious. I was scared. … Continue reading reflection

Finding Fulfillment

Did you know that it's Maternal Mental Health Week? For the next five days, The Blue Dot Project is asking mothers to take the #RealMotherhood Challenge.  Mothers throughout the internet are being encouraged to share photos and posts showing the true side of motherhood. This includes all the fun stuff, the non-Pinterest worthy stuff, and … Continue reading Finding Fulfillment

Poshmark Ambassador Update

Last October, Poshmark replaced the Suggested User status with the Poshmark Ambassador program.  As a previous SU, I was grandfathered into the PA program.  I described my first three weeks under the program here.  This post continues to be one of the best performing posts on the blog (the first one is the original 30mm … Continue reading Poshmark Ambassador Update

Just a Bit Longer

I have never been a fan of medication. I liked the idea that you can take a small pill to take away a temporary headache or pain. But those things were short term and never routine. Anything over a one time event meant something else to me.  It meant a permanent problem. Thus, I incorrectly … Continue reading Just a Bit Longer

#momlife: Mom Guilt

In this edition, of #momlife, Kate talks about something moms know all too well: Mom Guilt!  Accidents happen, but that doesn't stop us from experiencing it. Today, I spent a good portion of the day feeling like the worst mom ever. I’m obviously not the “worst” mom. I don’t neglect my kids, expose them to … Continue reading #momlife: Mom Guilt