Why I Will Continue to Send My Child to a “Low Income” School

Featured as a guest post on Scary Mommy. By a few miracles and mostly luck, my husband and I were fortunate enough to plant our roots in a small town on the central coast of California. If you know SLO, then you know it’s truly magical. The cost of living is outrageous; but it’s safe, friendly, … Continue reading Why I Will Continue to Send My Child to a “Low Income” School

The Breaking Point

Featured as a guest post on Motherly. A couple months ago, my husband left on a week long work trip, and put simply - it broke me. It wasn’t the first time he’d been away for work, and there was nothing extraordinary about the week’s events. In all honesty, I can’t even tell you the exact … Continue reading The Breaking Point

The Value of Being Unapologetically Authentic 

As a mother, one of the most daunting tasks that I face is teaching my three children the value of being authentic. My focus and fear surrounding this topic likely comes from my own experiences trying to navigate a society that constantly tries to shove round personalities into square holes. The thing is, I was … Continue reading The Value of Being Unapologetically Authentic