How To Merge Life ...

I know it's so cliche, although things that are cliches are cliches for a reason, but I don't know where the year has gone!   It seems like only yesterday that I was surprised with the birth of my son on New Year's Eve.   My son wasn't the surprise, I knew I was nine and a half months pregnant, the surprise was him coming in 2012 when he was supposed to come in 2013!   Then January came and went with the ooohhhhness of a brand new baby and now here I am writing a post almost in the last week of May.   How has your 2013 been?

Mine has been fabulous!   It really has.   I shared in a few posts last year that my 2012 wasn't the best for me physically or emotionally.   But my 2013 is a different story!   I am so ready to get back on the saddle of life so to speak.   I'm ready for my normal.   The thing is that I don't know what my normal is, so Chad and Bronson are helping me design our normal.   Which our normal will change during the many seasons of our life.   And I love that.

I have so many projects and thoughts spinning around in my mind that I make myself dizzy.   I have a passion for helping others.   Helping women in particular.   We wear so many hats and in the changing of our mom hat to our wife hat to our sister hat and back to our mom hat we have a tendency to miss the moment.   We are all so busy, are we too busy?   How can we slow down and still keep all our hats in order?   That is the million dollar question.   I want to use Our Daily Coffee as a community to help women with that question and hopefully with your help we can come up with a few answers.

The problem for me is that I don't want to forget about Lasting Impressions my wedding and event planning business.   So how do I merge both of those aspects of my life together and be able to give both ample time?   Any helpful suggestions would be appreciated.   The thing that I need most is patience and prayer.   The thing that I want most is to have the answer now!   I blame the "I-want-it-now" syndrome on my dad.   He has that same mentality and unfortunately passed that gene on to me!