My Pole Fitness Journey So Far

I started pole fitness as a way to scratch an itch, as the saying goes. I had always danced socially since I was child and later danced with performing groups. (Dancing was kind of a requirement in my family since every party always has music playing and music was part Continue Reading →

Tired fathers, tired mothers, and toughing it out

Tired fathers understand that tired mothers have it tough, too. Tuesday, April 5, marked the end of my three week parental leave and my first full day back at work. I’m aware at how fortunate I am to have been able to get a long parental leave that didn’t require me Continue Reading →

AoM Journaling Challenge Day 20: On Nostalgia & Grad School

Babies bring life delays everywhere, force you to prioritize time in different ways, and consider the past and the future. I put the daily challenge on hold until things were a little more stable, but here we are: Today’s AoM Journaling Challenge: Think about the period of your life in Continue Reading →