Hi! I'm Karen, and I am a lot of things: Wife. Mother. Accountant. Writer. Cook. Triathlete. Newbie Meditator. You will find a mix of everything here: triathlon training, nutrition, meditation, yoga, parenting, marriage. You'll also hear about the beauty and challenge of being a working parent, my career (in)decisions... and where my path might lead me next. Please join me! Contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Not sure what #MicroblogMondays is? Read the inaugural post which explains the idea and how you can participate too. ********** Maybe it’s because I was 18 and didn’t have the resources to handle the emotional upheaval, or it’s something that happens to … Continue reading
I was driving south on Rt 95 yesterday, in the left lane, singing aloud to Hamilton, when all of a sudden there was dirt spraying and this Jeep tumbling madly. Right in front of me. It landed upside down, its … Continue reading
(Not sure what #MicroblogMondays is? Read the inaugural post which explains the idea and how you can participate too.) *********** On Saturday afternoon, when the painting was (finally!) all done, I started putting together Owen’s new furniture set. By myself. … Continue reading
So I’ve been sitting here for the past 15 minutes, staring at the blank screen, trying to figure out something to write beyond the drumbeat of a voice in my head saying I’m so stressed out, I have a billion … Continue reading
A few days after I wrote my last post, I went to a yoga and wellness center in western Massachusetts for a three-day relaxation retreat which Jeff had given me for Christmas. When I got there, I turned off my … Continue reading
Last week I watched as Twitter blew up over the guilty verdict at the trial of Boston Marathon bomber. People opined their versions of punishment of him – in a lot of cases, plotting a violent and painful death for … Continue reading
On Owen’s birthday, I decided that I’d finally go through ALL the baby stuff we had upstairs and get it ready for donation. I’ve been through what was in the attic before, mind you, and put them into tubs, with … Continue reading
I’ve had a ridiculous few number of weeks at work, where I’ve been in a sort of survival mode, trying to cram all the work I can into the hours I can devote to working. I’ve been fortunate that my … Continue reading