I cannot stand jet lag – it seems such a waste of time and energy.
I am currently in the throes of jet lag and can’t wait for it to end so that I can begin to think and act like a normal adult and not a hangry toddler.
I used to think that jet lag was all in the mind and something you could just snap out of or just distract yourself from, but it turns out I am wrong. There are a whole bunch of biological factors that contribute to jet lag with your brain being in control of the discomfort you experience.
Below is a set of facts that I have sourced from all over the place which give a good understanding of where jet lag stems from and what it [...]
I feel like we are crazy people for flying with a baby (almost 5 months old) and maybe we are! Apparently people do this all the time. I personally don’t know these people, but I’ve read about them. The anxiety level is at a whole new high, especially when you have very limited flight experience. The week prior to the trip was filled with pacing, lists, and consolidating. But somehow we made it out alive. So, while this won’t dissolve your anxiety, here are 10 things I learned from flying with a baby that might help tone it down a notch.
1. Baby wear! This literally saved my life. E hates the car seat (can you blame him?) plus who wants to try and [...]
I turned in my 50-hour workweek as a nurse practitioner when my first child was born in 2014. I now have a 24/7 job as a stay-at-home mom to two amazing kids who keep me extremely busy. I started my blog as a way for me to write about family adventures and motherhood. It hit me that those of you who read my blog may not know my background and or how I made the decision to become a stay-at-home mom. I know that this can be a controversial topic depending on who you talk to, so I thought I’d share my own journey into motherhood with you!
Even back when I spent my days catching lizards and building forts in my backyard I knew that I wanted to pursue a career in medicine [...]