1. First…embarassingly…I love your theme 🙂 Great minds have great taste I guess. I definitely don’t plan ahead for my free time – probably because I just assume I’m going to have housework to do and not actually allow the ME time to occur. I should just make an ongoing list and check things. I think I did that once before and it got too long to manage haha. I also just want to say that your site is quite inspiring…you have been at this for so long! I would love to pick your bran on FB on the group page or something on how you have maintained content for so long! Anyway, sharing this!! Good ideas!

  2. LOL! No worries, Blaire. You know I was thinking the same thing when I went to your blog! I guess I just forgot to mention it. I love this theme, even better than some of the paid one’s I’ve had in the past. I feel you on planning ahead, that’s why I created this list. It was so mind boggling to realize I didn’t know what to do with myself after all week I’ve been complaining that I need some time to myself. How ironic. Anyway, I’d be happy to chat with you. It’s been an interesting journey. Looking forward to meeting you. And thanks for stopping by.

  3. Denise

    Love this Angela! I always remember you as such a sweet friend of mine from high school and I sooooo love following your Mom experiences through social media! You are such an inspiration! It isn’t the easiest being a Mom (full-time or working mom), and we all definitely need that “Me” time. Even if it’s just a for a little while. On the weekends my husband actually helps takes care of “morning duties” which gives me that “Me” time that I use to take a nice longer and “real” shower (because we all know how difficult at times it can be to take one with kids), do a few neglected chores, or just sit, breathe, and relax. But really, what a “real” shower can do! Haha. My husband and I have also worked it out that on football Sundays, he stays with our kids and let’s me get out to run errands or just go shopping. 😊 I love my kids and wouldn’t have it any other way to be a SAHM to them, but it also can’t be done without that “Me” time, even if it’s just for a little bit.

  4. Hey Denise! Thank you so much. I first started reading your comment in public, I think at my daughter’s school. I had to stop reading because I started to tear up. I truly appreciate the thought you put into this. It means so much that you remember me the way you do. As we get older we begin to wonder if we left a positive impact on people’s lives. Friendships and comments like yours is what fuels me to keep sharing. And girl, I feel you on that shower. I need to write a post about that, haha! Thank you and I hope to see you soon.

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