Posts Tagged ‘motherhood’

Seasons of Motherhood

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My journey through motherhood has evolved over the past 15 years, and I am enjoying this season that I am in now. The kids are now 15 and 11 years old. They are more independent and not as clingy or as needy as when they were babies. When I look at them today though, I […] Read more…

Are you an Empowered Mom

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What empowers a stay-at-home mom? Is it when the home is managed well and the kids are doing great? Or does ticking off items on the proverbial to-do list gives a sense of satisfaction? What do you do when all the chores are done, kids are at school and you’re left at home? “After taking […] Read more…

What are You Doing, Mom?

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There are a very few moms I look up to who have successfully transitioned from being “just a mom” to following their passion in life. Their change was brought about by a longing in their hearts to do what they were created to do. Maybe it was God’s way of pushing them to pursue His […] Read more…

What Kind of Mom-Friend Are You?

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As a mom, I have encountered and made friends with moms in different shapes, sizes and forms. These were the souls I met in church, in a seminar or conference, in school or kids’ extra-curricular activities.  Added to the list are old high school/college friends who have embraced motherhood too. I look at myself and my mom-friends […] Read more…

Am I Good Enough?

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I made a huge step recently by deciding to finally self-host my blog.  I was having those shoulda-woulda-coulda moments months before I turned 40. It was very timely (God’s timing) that our church mentors decided to facilitate an overnight retreat for the entire discipleship group. The retreat focused on Creating a Personal Life Plan and finding your […] Read more…

Passing on Lessons from Mom

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I am the eldest and the only girl in a brood of three. Growing up, my mother would always ask me to do something for her. Whether helping her with the chores or running errands for her. I remember riding my bike to a small mini mart near our place because she asked me to buy milkfish for lunch. […] Read more…

How I Find the Time to Blog

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This is an official entry to Dainty Mom’s guest post challenge, on “How to Find the Time to Write or Blog.” This question really got me thinking…I must confess that in the past, I have failed to write anything on my blog. The reason would be is that I was busy…really? I think the word […] Read more…

It’s My Anniversary

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I have started blogging on WordPress two years ago. My goodness! Has it really been two years already? The length of time does not match the number of posts I have made ;-( As much as I want to regularly blog about my so-called life, I just couldn’t find the time…but then again, is it […] Read more…

No Woman is an Island

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When I look back at the faithfulness of God in my life, I couldn’t help but stand in awe. He has indeed been the one who brought me out of the rut I was in before.  However, I also believe that God used other people to minister to me, to encourage me, to get me […] Read more…

Free Milk for Babies

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I was a senior in high school back in the 90’s when our English teacher asked us to visit the library. We were told to search for subjects that might interest us for our term paper. As I rummaged through the old books and encyclopedias, I stumbled upon an article on breastfeeding in a woman’s […] Read more…

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