I am so beyond lucky to be in their lives

Keywords: chronic disease , endometriosis , infertility , reproductive health , reproductive issues , womens health

My husband and I did go through fertility treatment and countless years of tears when my period would start. Am I just all cried out? Have I truly come to peace with the fact that I will never conceive or give birth? I hope so. And I should, right? Because how lucky am I to have two INCREDIBLE (yes, INCREDIBLE) step-kids who love and accept me as their Mol-Mol. Two amazing step-kids who I have been a part of their worlds since almost 4 and 1.5 years old.

https://lifewithendoblog.com/2021/10/13/sterile

When I do good in one area, I want to keep that momentum going and consequently fall short in another

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When I am on a roll with writing, I neglect my family. When I spend time with my family, I worry that I didn’t do enough to find a job. At the end of one task, I will try to do another and seemingly lack the energy and focus I want. The wheels in my head start turning and by the end of the day, I feel like nothing was accomplished.

https://drjnarine.wordpress.com/2021/10/04/hows-your-work-life-balance

The purpose of this (Caroline Birdwell’s) blog (@ carolinebirdwell.org) is for me (Caroline) to learn, research and practice the art of public relations

Keywords: Public Relations

Originally, I wanted to study English. My goal in life was to become an editor; however, I didn’t know exactly what I meant by that. Did I want to edit copy? Did I want to be the editor of a magazine? Did I want to work for a book publisher? In the end, I learned that being an English major required too much reading and too much abstract thinking. So, I switched my major to public relations, and I think it will get me farther in life than English ever could.

https://carolinebirdwell.org/2021/09/25/welcome-to-my-blog

I want to share what I go through on a day to day basis so others will be able to see that there is no shame in having a mental illness and that you can live your life

Keywords: adhd , anxiety , bipolar , c-ptsd , depression , help , mental health , mental illness , resources , your not alone

I also want to be able to show those that are not struggling what it is like so that they can have a better understanding of us. I want to break the stigma.

https://onemomentatatime486277057.wordpress.com/2021/09/25/repost-this-is-me

To get specifically into what it is that I want is a tough process

Keywords: fitness , goals , health , life , need , want , wealth

How much money is enough to help me have a good life without getting to the point where I am always concerned with money? What does a fulfilling career even mean? Does that mean I work for a non-profit? Do I open my own business? What is fulfillment. Why do I want to travel? Is it to show pictures to everyone else to show how cool I am? Or is it for my own experience.

https://strengthandkindnessblog.wordpress.com/2021/04/20/wanting

Note: Featured image is from https://strengthandkindnesscoaching.com

I’ve been asked countless times THE QUESTION: “So, Katie, what are you going to do when you graduate in December?”

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I’m not entirely sure. A lot is still up in the air at this point! I’m only 21! I don’t even know what city I want to live in! But, there are some things I do know about my future, and in this blog post I’m going to go through those (mostly to make myself feel better!).

https://katieharrispr.wordpress.com/2021/09/23/the-future-is-coming

It’s important to me to share stories and show others why I am passionate about so many different things while encouraging individuals to do the same

Keywords: community , Family Travel , Fitness , lifestyle , mom blog , momlife , parenting

I don’t cry because of the negative memories, I cry because I WON. I win over and over again every day, and I will never stop. I cry because I supported my children and provided them a life of opportunity, love, and consistency, when I should’ve broke. I cry because I decided to move on and chase my dreams, while remaining hopeful and positive. I also cry because it was worth the pain in order to find my loving fiance’, it was worth ending up in a job that I love to wake up to and it was worth it because I have found my PASSION for life. The passion and purpose was always there, but I just had to figure out where it was inside of me :).

https://livininleggings.com/2021/09/22/not-just-a-mom