What does success look like? (from the New York Times)

In other words, the price of familial obligation As a prolific reader of any publication that contain the words “New York” I subscribe to a lot of newsletters from—you guessed it—the New York Times. One of them is called The Edit, a newsletter specifically for the “young” ones, written by recent college graduates about things that pertain to their world today. I may not be … Continue reading What does success look like? (from the New York Times)

I’m glad we went

GREETINGS from the land of hibernation (it’s been awhile), where I report to you my biggest status update yet: We went to Disneyland! with two kids! [pant. pant. breathe. deep breaths.] What words can I say to describe our trip? Scary. Tearful. Anxious. Excited. Memorable. And I’ve got the Mickey Mouse ears to prove it. Yes, it was nerve-wracking, but this vacation was much needed, … Continue reading I’m glad we went

What’s different the second time around

About 3 1/2 years ago, when I had my first kid, I didn’t know much about having kids. All I knew was that after the birth, I thought, “I don’t want to do this again for at least 5 more years.” Little did I know that I would be doing it again 3 years later. So, my son came a little earlier than expected…which is … Continue reading What’s different the second time around