How to Protect Your Eyesight: Tips for Writer Moms and Their Kids

We are all guilty of spending too much time staring at screens. Computer screens, cell phone screens, TV screens – each one is damaging to a writer mom and her children’s eyes. Commonsense.org states that children between the ages of 8-18 spend 7.5 hours daily with media and technology. As parents we can control screen time up to a certain age and then it becomes more difficult. Not only are children spending too much time in front of the screen, but so[Read more]

The Writer Mom’s Manifesto: Motherhood is NOT the End of Your Dreams

​Isn’t it funny how a writer mom’s time works? That brilliant idea first comes to mind and you’re inspired. Excited. You can’t wait to share the words dancing in your head with the world.But months go by and you have nothing written.It wasn’t for lack of thought. Your brilliant idea was maturing like a baby in the womb but, especially since you’re a Mom, you simply couldn’t make time for the new idea. You had a family to feed, a[Read more]

11 Ways Motherhood is Agonizing (And I Don’t Mean Labor)

Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Pin0 Do you remember how it felt?That fear as the countdown to the most joy and possibly the most pain you’ve ever felt approaches. You can’t help but be apprehensive.With my son, I basically went drug-free. 18 hours of labor and yes, it did hurt. But with my daughter, I had an epidural. What a difference.But there’s something no one tells you. Being a mom is agonizing, too.And there’s no epidural for motherhood.You can call it a mother’s hormones,[Read more]