Collective Disturbance

I am tasked this week with writing a blog. How can I write about anything? It seems selfish to write about anything I would normally decide to share while we are all going through a time of such great uncertainty. I am likely going to ramble on for the next few...

The Moment I Realized I Wasn’t A Single Parent

Close to ten years ago, I made one of the biggest, most important decisions in my life.  I started the process to become a Single Mom By Choice (SMBC).  I shared my journey in one of my very first blogs here on The Daily Feels. Like most women who choose to...

Change of Plans

Daily Feelers, brace yourself, I’m going on a tangent today. I apologize in advance. It’s been an interesting weekend for parents across America. As if parenting isn’t hard enough, now we get to battle coronavirus with our kiddos at home for at least two weeks. Our...

An Introduction to The Soul Coach, Kristin Asadourian

Hi! I am truly excited to introduce myself and get to know you as we share ideas and beliefs on this platform.  There’s so much to share.  Sorting through what to share has been a challenge.  At any given moment about fifty different things are happening around me, to...

Deep Thoughts by…The Feisty Warrior

Who remembers SNL in the 90s?  Remember “Deep Thoughts by Jack Handy”?  My friends in college and I would laugh our heads off at the hilarious things he would come up with!  Here’s one of my favorites:  SO, now, how many of us have deep thoughts- funny or...

For What It’s Worth

There comes a point in our lives when we find ourselves saying:  Who am I and what have I done with “my” life.  That’s not a question, it’s an opportunity to discover where our passion lies.   There are so many people out there who go through life trying to be what...

“Ummm, Whatever”

I walked down the cereal aisle of the grocery store and something about the way it smelled suddenly brought me back to 1985 and being in health class seated next to my best friend. Every visceral…. 20 minutes go by. 20 minutes. During this time, I have abandoned all...

WRAPPED IN MY TIME AND MY FEELINGS

THE UNSCHEDULED TEACHABLE MOMENTS IN MY TIME When I was in fourth grade, our classmate, Billy, had to stand in front of the class and give his oral book report. Complete devastation…he was so nervous, he wet himself. We were made aware of Billy’s raw emotions as...