10 Things Motherhood Made Me Forget

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mama and baby

1. My Age

When I was growing up my brothers and sisters and I would occasionally ask my mom how old she was. She would pause and start mentally tallying, sometimes thinking for a good 5-10 seconds before replying. I thought it was so funny that she couldn’t just rattle off how old she was. All I could think was “How in the world can you forget your age?” Turns out having a kid is how. (And frankly, once you can’t count your age on your fingers or count down how many years until driving, legal drinking, etc, there’s just not a lot of incentive to keep track.) Continue reading “10 Things Motherhood Made Me Forget”

Tiny Adventures – Working Out at Home

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yoga at home

A while ago I posted about how our family has made some adjustments this year to improve our finances. One of those adjustments was canceling our gym membership. Eeeeek.

You guys, I’ve always liked going to the gym. Maybe because I grew up going to dance classes all the time. It just felt natural to go to a designated dance/workout location and focus all my energies on physical fitness for a couple hours, and then go home.

So when we made the decision to cancel our gym membership I was a little nervous. Granted, I hadn’t been using our gym membership much (having a toddler seems to cut back on free time… funny how that works), but I still was hesitant to cancel it. Paying for that membership every month was like a reminder to work out and make that gym payment worthwhile! Part of me felt like canceling the gym membership meant canceling physical fitness.  Continue reading “Tiny Adventures – Working Out at Home”