Tag Archives: Stress

Your Parent’s Keeper

There’s no good way to say this, so I’m just going to blurt it out.  Watching your parents get older and having to tackle tough life issues sucks!  There’s a thirty year age difference between my parents and I and I’ve always found that to be a perfect age spread, but I’m probably biased because […]

My Top 5 Replies

That’s it!  I just can’t stand it another day.  Not that long ago I discussed how less than enthused I am by the amount of people who ask me about when we’re going to have children and why it hasn’t happened yet.  I recently stumbled upon a Huffington Post piece written by Jennifer Palumbo that […]

Toes In The Sand

Good friends, good books and good adventures are sometimes all it takes to remind you that it’s time to embrace the world around you. I’m very fortune that I have a few close friends who have stuck by my side through thick and thin. They remind me that even on my worst of days a […]

That’s So Taboo!

I’ve noticed that talking about stress and anxiety seems to be taboo for some reason. Instead of discussing what you might be experiencing, people are encouraged to pump their body full of chemicals until the feeling goes away. I’m not okay with this and I’ll tell you why. This way of thinking isn’t actually getting […]

Learning To Trust Again

When Hurricane Katrina hit the gulf many contractors fled the sunshine state to help those in need northwest of the Central Florida area.  Ms. Lipofsky’s contractor claimed to be one of those very people after he disappeared in October of 2005.  At first she was quite patient, but after months of him missing in action […]