When Becoming a Quitter Became Good for My Soul

You must know this about me: I'm not a quitter. If I start something, I finish it. Some people love starting things: projects, chapters in life, new tubes of toothpaste. I like finishing them (let's not get into how often I feel paralyzed about starting something and so never do). When I was in college,... Continue Reading →

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Work It: Thoughts on Stay at Home Motherhood and Why I’m Not Sure I Can Do It Anymore

When I turned 16, my parents basically said, “You’re old enough to get a job, so now, if you want to buy something, you’ll need to pay for it.” I half-heartedly searched for jobs until I landed a gig at the movie theater where a few of my friends worked. I wore a collared white... Continue Reading →

When It Takes a Long Time (Like, 7 Months) to Start Enjoying Your Baby

It takes me a long time to adjust to change—an embarrassingly long time. Motherhood, and taking care of a baby day in and day out, has been no exception. In some of my grumpiest, most melancholy, or—let’s be honest—crazy moments, Robert has said something to the effect of, “Well, at least I know you’ll be... Continue Reading →

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