I'm excited about every article that I get published, but this one is special to me. I don't normally write about things as personal as my chest, but I had such an epiphany with a stupid little sports bra that I couldn't resist sharing.
As women in general, we are too hard on ourselves. In fact, as humans, we're too hard on ourselves. We hold ourselves to impossible standards, and we don't have to do that anymore.
My body has stretched to give me twin girls. While the stretch marks and loose skin didn't feel normal or natural at first, I realized that it was exactly what was supposed to happen to my body. That's what our bodies were made to do. How beautiful that my body was even capable of having babies.
So, with that in mind, I'd greatly appreciate it if you took a moment to read my latest article. I'd love to hear your thoughts.
Read the article here: How a $30 Sports Bra Restored My Sense of Self
I wrote this article quite a few months ago, but it's been well worth the wait to get it published on PregnantChicken.com.
If you have a moment, I'd love it if you took a look and let me know what you think. Or, have you ever felt that someone was too jealous of a parenting moment to celebrate with you?
Read the article here: When Asked About New Motherhood, I Lied (Because It Was Going Well)
I'm always excited when I get a new article published, and this is no exception. I've been waiting for this one to go live for a while, so I couldn't wait to share.
I've had quite a few freelance writing gigs over the years, and this is a small compilation of the things I've learned -- both good and bad. My experiences have helped me decide when to turn down a writing gig and when to accept one. Not all writing gigs are created equal.
Please click here to read the article. I'd love to know what you think or about your own freelance writing experiences.
I've had a new article published this morning on one of my favorite sites -- Introvert, Dear. This article idea has been floating in my mind for months, and it was actually therapeutic to get it out. The simple act of writing it has allowed me to close the door on that relationship even more. I'm grateful for that.
If you have a moment, take a look and let me know what you think or if this has ever happened to you.
You can read it here.
I'm an adjunct creative writing professor and freelance writer, but I dream of being a published novelist. This is my journey.