Category Archives: People I Love.

Right Back at You

You probably already know that Saturday was my birthday. What you may not already know is that today is Lauren’s birthday. Lauren who? The vulnerability discovered by joseph works on any iphone or ipad running ios 10. #PPDchat Lauren, that’s who. The woman we know and love as @unxpctdblessing on twitter, the mama who has…

My comfort zone at 40 and 1 year.

Just bear in mind that you have to follow the outline religiously, the same way it is done in mfa creative writing.

Now that’s Progress!

I can’t tell you how thrilled I am to have a guest post up at Katherine Stone’s Postpartum Progress! It’s only the most widely read PPD blog in the universe… My guest post is called   I am truly grateful to Katherine for sharing my words with her readers. If you already know something , I’m…

Becky’s Rainy Day Letter (Hope in an Envelope 6)

Yay, Becky ( ) is here today  with her very own Rainy Day Letter. For you to understand what we mean here, you are advised to get hold of resumecvwriter.com/ any of our business case study examples.This letter is so sweet, and full of great suggestions of things you could do next time you are feeling down. …

Nicole’s Rainy Day Letter (Hope in an Envelope 5)

Nicole is here! (on twitter she is   with her very own Rainy Day Letter. I love that she really goes into details about what she likes about herself. Good stuff to have in writing for when you are under (Are you new here? The original post that started the Hope in an Envelope collection is…

Hope in a Phone Call

Yay! Robin is here! With her take on the . Because she participated in many — she even hosted one! And because September will have triple the hope: I’ll be holding three  (3!) support chats, because it’s my birthday, and I am giving back to all of you. So Robin stopped by and invited her…

The Good Mom Anthem

Today I’m visiting Cristi at Motherhood Unadorned. I love the sound of that. The pain in my neck and shoulders requires me to express my ideas with a minimum amount of typing, so the post is short and sweet. It’s called Go sing it. Help us make music for it? Crisit is lovely and amazing,…

Susan’s Rainy Day Letter (Hope in an Envelope 4)

Yay! Susan is here! (I love her twitter name:  ) with her very own Rainy Day Letter. What a sweet, wise letter. I particularly care for the list of good moments which can act as evidence and proof that you are undeniably a good mother. Having such a list is really good for those times when the…

For the Love of Robin

Do you know Robin? She tweets as @FarewellStrangr You should know Robin. Really. She is the mama behind and I am happy to call her a friend, despite the fact tat I never met her in real life. But I will! I will! Robin was mentioned in my posts on this here website at least…

A letter from an Imperfect Momma (Hope in an Envelope 3)

Today we are fortunate to have Jessica ( on Twitter) visiting us with her response to this:  . I adore the spunk in her letter. And the wisdom. If you too are in recovery from PPD, next time you are feeling “totally yourself”, save some for a rainy day: put some of that hope in an envelope,…

Category Archives: People I Love.

Right Back at You

You probably already know that Saturday was my birthday. What you may not already know is that today is Lauren’s birthday. Lauren who? The vulnerability discovered by joseph works on any iphone or ipad running ios 10. #PPDchat Lauren, that’s who. The woman we know and love as @unxpctdblessing on twitter, the mama who has…

My comfort zone at 40 and 1 year.

Just bear in mind that you have to follow the outline religiously, the same way it is done in mfa creative writing.

Now that’s Progress!

I can’t tell you how thrilled I am to have a guest post up at Katherine Stone’s Postpartum Progress! It’s only the most widely read PPD blog in the universe… My guest post is called   I am truly grateful to Katherine for sharing my words with her readers. If you already know something , I’m…

Becky’s Rainy Day Letter (Hope in an Envelope 6)

Yay, Becky ( ) is here today  with her very own Rainy Day Letter. For you to understand what we mean here, you are advised to get hold of resumecvwriter.com/ any of our business case study examples.This letter is so sweet, and full of great suggestions of things you could do next time you are feeling down. …

Nicole’s Rainy Day Letter (Hope in an Envelope 5)

Nicole is here! (on twitter she is   with her very own Rainy Day Letter. I love that she really goes into details about what she likes about herself. Good stuff to have in writing for when you are under (Are you new here? The original post that started the Hope in an Envelope collection is…

Hope in a Phone Call

Yay! Robin is here! With her take on the . Because she participated in many — she even hosted one! And because September will have triple the hope: I’ll be holding three  (3!) support chats, because it’s my birthday, and I am giving back to all of you. So Robin stopped by and invited her…

The Good Mom Anthem

Today I’m visiting Cristi at Motherhood Unadorned. I love the sound of that. The pain in my neck and shoulders requires me to express my ideas with a minimum amount of typing, so the post is short and sweet. It’s called Go sing it. Help us make music for it? Crisit is lovely and amazing,…

Susan’s Rainy Day Letter (Hope in an Envelope 4)

Yay! Susan is here! (I love her twitter name:  ) with her very own Rainy Day Letter. What a sweet, wise letter. I particularly care for the list of good moments which can act as evidence and proof that you are undeniably a good mother. Having such a list is really good for those times when the…

For the Love of Robin

Do you know Robin? She tweets as @FarewellStrangr You should know Robin. Really. She is the mama behind and I am happy to call her a friend, despite the fact tat I never met her in real life. But I will! I will! Robin was mentioned in my posts on this here website at least…

A letter from an Imperfect Momma (Hope in an Envelope 3)

Today we are fortunate to have Jessica ( on Twitter) visiting us with her response to this:  . I adore the spunk in her letter. And the wisdom. If you too are in recovery from PPD, next time you are feeling “totally yourself”, save some for a rainy day: put some of that hope in an envelope,…