New Years resolutions are inevitable. Even when I say I’m not going to make them, I’m unintentionally making a resolution to not make resolutions! I hear the same things every year, too. Lose weight. Travel more. Try new things. Volunteer more. Spend more time with the family. There has to be a way of setting goals that inspires us to become the best version of ourselves, but aren’t unrealistic and don’t make us feel like failures if they go unaccomplished. Here is my list of five realistic goals I’m setting for myself in 2018. Continue reading at Portland Moms Blog Here’s my first (and hopefully not my last) appreance on KGW. http://www.kgw.com/mobile/video/entertainment/television/programs/portland-today/resolutions-parents-should-make-this-year/283-2852249
https://youtu.be/t4ZNKWS_LB8 October 17, 2017 Alberta Rose Theatre Portland, OR
A true friend will remind you who you are when you forget & find yourself in a valley of self doubt. They know how you like your coffee. Or if you need coffee. They don’t let you wear mom jeans. You don’t have the hide parts of your personality or life from them. They’d see thru you even if you tried. They don’t drag you down. They don’t make you feel drained. They respect your time, boundaries & beliefs. Near & far: I have true friends. I hope they can say the same of me.