"4 easy ways to incorporate messy play" with Binka Bear Blog
"As parents in a modern age, there is an app for everything and we are often sold the importance of structures and schedules for ourselves and our Children. Both structure and having a schedule are important and have their place. But our children need time and space to be children. And that is really what messy play is all about."
"Growing up with my children" Issue 16 of Holl and Lane Magazine
"Many things can be done but only a few things can de done well. Children teach us so many things perhaps one of the greatest is how to prioritize our lives." https://hollandlanemag.com/shop/issue-16-print-edition/
"Loving messy life with a toddler" with Bad Mum Magazine
"Today there are plenty of messes to be seen and cleaned. And that's OK. I only have a toddler once. A fry eater, lego player, stinky finger smearer once. Today messes mean we played, learned and loved life together. If I choose to define messes this way then they can be OK." https://badmummagazine.com/2018/05/loving-messy-life-with-toddler./
"3 habits I learned from Freelancing" with The Free Woman
"Slow mothering might look like a little more savoring, a little less rushing.A little less progress, a little more process. A little less structure, and a little more kindness. A little less curating and a little more spontaneity. A little less yelling, a little more laughing."
"Our Bodies are assigned shapes: hourglass, pear, straight, oval, diamond, apple. Our skin and hair types are described by words like; dry, flaky, greasy, blemished, normal, average. We have been taught to measure every part of ourselves by a “one type of beauty for every body” system instead of a “every body is a type of beauty” system.What is we saw our bodies as living stories? What if the dark circles, the unruly hair, the scars- all told stories about our history, present, and future? We can all appreciate historical structures for the history they represent and the memories they house."
"Healing and forgiveness is an ongoing process. We have learned the importance of addressing pain, as unspoken pain only breeds more pain. It is important to keep showing up and choosing love. When God transforms a story of pain into a story of hope, love is reborn and made new. It is my hope that those who hear our story will find hope for their own and the courage to share it."
“Houston, we have a problem...” This may have been the only reference to Houston you’ve ever heard. But having been born there, met my husband there, and having my first child there, makes me feel quite differently about it. Houston has greater diversity than any city I’ve ever been too. There are hidden gems sprinkled throughout this city for everyone, whether you are young, old, or somewhere in-between."
“Texas is the finest portion of the globe that has ever blessed my vision”- Sam Houston.
"Nowhere is this statement truer than in Austin TX. Though I’m not from Austin I have made countless trips through the years with my husband, friends, and family. It is where we go for beautiful places to swim, good music, quirky hangouts, delicious food and a good time because Austin has both natural and man made wonders it is the perfect place to have an adventure."
"As a millenial and a woman I am used to pushing myself, as I'm guessing most of us twenty-somethings and females are expected to. I ignored the sleeplessness and the signs of stress because I thought that's what I was supposed to do. I was a new mother, newlywed, and promoted to management at a job where I was working overtime. We each have a different set of life circumstances, but we can all relate to not getting enough sleep and having hectic and demanding schedules."