My review of the movie ‘Unplanned’

If I’m honest, I don’t really like Christian movies. I’ve seen a few, and while I usually get something personal out of it and I find it edifying for my own faith, I still cringe every time I watch one. There’s just something about the forced message, or the acting, that diminishes the messages power.Continue reading “My review of the movie ‘Unplanned’”

Want $10 towards a pair of Thinx?

If you read my honest, non sponsored review of Thinx period underwear and are curious to give it a try here’s a deal for you. If you follow this link you will get $10 towards your purchase! Pretty nifty. This is not a sponsored post, I just heard of this deal this morning and wantContinue reading “Want $10 towards a pair of Thinx?”

The Plight of The Perioding Mama

One day you’ll go to the bathroom and find a bunch of empty applicators lying there and you literally have no idea when or how it happened. You’re just trying to take care of yourself for crying out loud, isn’t there a better way!? So you get this great idea, you think, I know, I’ll tryContinue reading “The Plight of The Perioding Mama”

Being Honest About My Mental Health

Part of why I love to blog, write, and paint furniture is because it’s been good for my mental health. I don’t think this comes as a surprise to anyone because like I wrote over at the Rochester MN Moms Blog, developing a hobby made me a better mom. We live in a tough world.Continue reading “Being Honest About My Mental Health”

My HONEST Review of SHETHINX Underwear

***Disclaimer: This post will have 3 disclaimers, please pay attention to them, ok? This post is going to be long. Feel free to skim for content. **Disclaimer: This post is about FEMININE HYGIENE. If you are not female and you do not want to read about feminine hygiene (aka: menstruation/periods) then stop reading. Thanks, bye!Continue reading “My HONEST Review of SHETHINX Underwear”

Younger Women Are Getting Breast Cancer

Only 10% of breast cancer risk factors are genetic, according to this new study with Marissa Weiss. Here are just three things mentioned that we can do to decrease our risk: Have babies (yes! pregnancy is healthy) Make a point to breastfeed (breastfeeding is harder for some women than others, but the studies show breastfeedingContinue reading “Younger Women Are Getting Breast Cancer”