Author: Jenn

Confidence

Posted May 24, 2017 by Jenn in Life / 0 Comments
Confidence

Confidence is a fickle thing. It comes and goes it seems. I’ve had some recent blows to mine with the changing of the weather. I’ve longed for these warm sunny days. What I hadn’t longed for was discovering that with working at my computer all day during the winter resulted in none of my summer […]

Review: Dating-ish by Penny Re..

Posted May 13, 2017 by Jenn in New releases, Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: Dating-ish by Penny Reid

Words fail me. They always seem to when it comes to a Penny Reid book. At least any eloquent words. This book is unlike any of hers before, yet at the same time so perfectly Penny Reid. Intelligent, quirky, funny, and delightfully weird. This book tackles topics of relevance for many today: -Online dating -Singlehood -Companionship […]

Some Mornings I Just Keep My H..

Posted April 28, 2017 by Jenn in Life / 0 Comments
Some Mornings I Just Keep My Head Afloat

My Morning (A Mom’s Morning) Some mornings it feels like I am just keeping my head afloat. I wake before 6am and start my work day. I check emails, do any social media work for clients that need to be done and it is actually the peaceful nice time of the morning.   Then about […]

Watching My Children Grieve

Posted April 13, 2017 by Jenn in Life / 0 Comments
Watching My Children Grieve

I previously wrote on my difficulty in processing my mother-in-laws death.  It was cathartic and necessary but not the end to the processing of pain in my mind.  Grieving the passing of a family member or friend is gut wrenchingly hard at best, but watching your children grieve the same loss is an unimaginable pain. I thought […]

Death & Guilt: Living wit..

Posted March 20, 2017 by Jenn in Life / 2 Comments
Death & Guilt: Living with Regret as I cope with the loss of my mother-in-law

As I started writing this, it grew to something massive and even still I feel what it has become is not adequate enough.  No matter how many times I stare at the words, reread and write it just feels like it is not enough. Even still, buckle in for a bit of a read. First […]