Author Archives: The Conscious Mom

Hierarchy of Needs

I’d like to write more about this subject, but since it’s been a day of doctor visits and alternately icing and heating my back and neck muscles so I could move around (after my almost gluten-free Thanksgiving food), I will … Continue reading

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An Almost Gluten-Free Thanksgiving

I guess I spoke too soon last night when I said that I didn’t get sick after eating the wonderful gluten-free Thanksgiving dinner my family took so much care to make. I woke up this morning with a headache again, … Continue reading

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Gluten-Free Thanksgiving

I am stuffed. In a good way. My family (and especially my mom) is so awesome and went the extra mile to make almost all of the Thanksgiving food we had today gluten-free and dairy-free so I could enjoy stuffing … Continue reading

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Another Saturday Night

I’m getting kind of tired of being “conscious” every single day.  Mindfulness and inspiration become trite when you write about them every day.  I want the things I write to be worthy of your time, but I just don’t think … Continue reading

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When the Ceiling Fell In My Eye

This story is for you, dear lovely reader who loved the tampon story so much it made you snort. 😉 Here’s another story for you. *** Once upon a time, when I was in college, I had just returned from … Continue reading

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Embrace the Present

Originally posted on The Conscious Mom's Journey:
I’ve had a busy, let’s say… emotionally diverse day, which ended with the kids chasing each other around half naked — screaming at each other over an hour past bedtime — and…

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Sticktuitiveness

I’m tired and my brain is foggy. I called the skillet a skittle earlier today. As promised, here’s the answer to yesterday’s question: My “why” for doing the NaBloPoMo challenge was because I know that I’m supposed to be writing … Continue reading

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Why? Why? WHY?

I’ve been really tempted the last few days to just give up on trying to post something every day for the NaBloPoMo 30-day challenge. What I’ve been thinking about today is how important it is to know why we do … Continue reading

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Journey of The Pizza Delivery Guy

Have you seen this guy? Kyle Thompson is a former pizza delivery guy turned photographer, and his work is amazing. This one is my favorite I’ve seen so far. The thing I love about his story is that he wanted … Continue reading

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