I am so excited to announce that Never Balanced has over 1000 likes on Facebook!!!! Woo Hoo!!! I can not thank you all enough. Tell a friend and keep the likes coming! ~Tricia Continue reading 1000 Facebook Likes!
While searching for an image to share to welcome in the New Year I came across the image above. The quote raised a lot of questions for me. What opportunities will come my way in this New Year? What opportunities can I create for myself this year? I am excited about 2017. Are you? Let’s write some books!! ~Tricia Continue reading What Will Your Book Be About?
One of the best things you can do for your spouse is to become a better you. How can you be the spouse or parent you were called to be if you are not the best version of yourself. Don’t you want to give your family the best? That goal will never be attained if you are unable to be the best you can be. … Continue reading Marital Monday: Be a Better You!!!
In 2010 while pregnant with our first child I told my husband that I was interested in getting a prenatal massage. I researched prenatal massages and became familiar with the modifications that needed to be made. When I phoned the spa to book my appointment the woman assured me that they had a masseuse that was skilled in providing massages for pregnant women, her name … Continue reading Never Think You Can’t
I have not posted in 13 days. I needed motivation and I came across this quote by Audrey Hepburn. “Nothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I’m possible’!” I loved it! Lately I have lost focus of my goals, my writing goals, my fitness and nutritional goals, and home organization goals. I find myself tired….often. Drained. From what? I don’t know. I do not get … Continue reading I’m Possible!
When I was pregnant with my first child my husband booked me a pregnancy massage. I arrived at the Spa early to relax in the waiting area. There I was met with beautiful soundscapes, crisp cool water with lemon, and a variety magazines filed with celebrity gossip. I heard the door open and a gentle voice call my name. I looked up to find an … Continue reading You Can Do It!
A few weeks ago I told my husband that I was depressed. The children were sleep and I just broke down in the living room. He looked at me with a quizzical look and again I said “I’m depressed”. I had entered into a funk that I had never experienced before. I was tired constantly, gaining weight, unmotivated, and short tempered. And you know what? … Continue reading In a Funk