I just spent 25 of my post-bedtime mom minutes looking for someone's lost Go-Gos. What are Go-Gos?, you say? IF YOU DON"T KNOW, DON'T ASK.
Is there any really simple "treat" that brings you such joy?
I dropped the boys at camp this morning and drove through Dunkin' Donuts for an iced tea on my way home. I was in complete bliss while I worked in a quiet house with a drink that I didn't make myself. Doesn't take much... :)
How often, and in what form, do you spend a little "Me Time"?
Pairing red wine with chocolate chip cookies tonight. Yes. #desperatetimes
I think it's possible to be both the mom crying at drop off *and* the one enjoying her workout/latte/quiet time. Where do you fit on this scale?
Local Ladies~ Melanie is a Licensed Massage Therapist in Doylestown who specializes in prenatal massage (and uses a special massage table with breast recesses and a belly cut-out!). Treat yourself!
I could easily spend hours in a bookstore, just wandering, sampling, and generally enjoying. This bookstore takes that to a whole new level...literally.
Two hours of free time?! Where do I go? What do I do? How do I fill the time?...Let's start by getting over this 'chicken-with-her-head-cut-off' running around first!
A friend has a rare day (aka, a few hours) to herself. She's not sure how to spend it-- not for lack of things to do, but rather the opposite! To that, I share this line I just saw, "There are 1,440 minutes in a day. Take at least 15 to yourself." :)
It's amazing how running a quick errand by myself can feel like therapy. No one to buckle or unbuckle from car seats, music turned up (my taste is so random and eclectic that I won't bother to list the songs!)...so refreshing!
With a love of children and a passion for reading and writing, Kelly decided to share her experiences with others through the pages of the Crib Notes book and site.
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