Last week we travelled down to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. And when I say the "outer" banks, I mean it... really far away outer banks... down to Cape Hatteras type of outer banks.
It was our first time to NC. Last summer, we drove almost 500…Continue
Each morning you wake, usually in response to the cries of a child or to the buzzing of an alarm. As you bound out of bed, you anticipate the day that lies ahead of you. If you are like many moms, most, if not all, of your day will be spent tending to the needs of others.
Whether it's our own children or someone else's, or our bosses, our employees, or our spouses, most of us spend the majority of our days focusing on everyone but ourselves. Most moms are guilty…Continue
Added by Sheila Hill on July 22, 2011 at 1:51am — No Comments
I am a mom. My daughter can't talk so I'm not yet "mommy," "momma," or "ma" yet, but I am still a mom.
I sometimes feel like that's all I am. MOM. What happened to Laura? …Continue
Added by Laura Hernandez on July 20, 2011 at 10:39am — No Comments
As I sit on my couch writing this article, I have been thinking (for the last few hours actually) that I should be exercising. Hi, my name is Nicole Aikins and I’m a make-an-excuse-for-working-out-aholic. As my introductory post on Meridian Momtourage, I really wanted this post to be inspiring, but at the core, I have to be honest: I just make too many excuses. Recently I had an ‘aha’ moment that has curbed all excuses and let me know that my health is more important than anything. Two…Continue
Writing a new blog is like a first date: you give facts and figures designed to entice one to learn more. So here goes.
I am a 50 year old married stay-at-home mother of two. In my past lives (meaning the era before kids) I was a Secretary, Marketing Assistant, Marketing Manager, Newsletter Editor, and now a Writer/Reporter. My college degree is in Psychology but upon graduation, I realized I just didn't have the patience to listen to the problems of others. Now, as a…Continue
Added by L Klonsky on July 8, 2011 at 5:43pm — No Comments