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suburban goddess mom

life, truth, and change: my journey

Life, Truth, and Change.

I created this blog to share my story. This is my journal, where I share my deepest thoughts and life journey. I blog about my spiritual life, motherhood, the challenges of life as a free spirit, and much more.

Life, Truth, and Change.

I am a divorced mother of two, restarting my life and reinventing myself. I have always loved writing, and writing has helped me to work through intense times in my life. To get to know me more, read my blog and join me on this journey of becoming the suburban goddess mom.

Raising A Son

My goal is to guide my son toward manhood and help him to become the kind of man I can be proud of. I will do this by teaching him values, making sure he understands appropriate behavior, keeping the lines of communication open, and not making him the man of the house before his time.

What’s In a Name?

Maybe names are so important because very often, the first piece of information we have about a person is their name. It’s often the first thing you learn about someone, and we form judgments about people very rapidly.  And those judgments accumulate, so the first piece of information is especially important.

Gray, Yay

We overlook the advantages of aging – being wiser, smarter, and more settled in life – in an attempt to look like our younger selves.  There isn’t a grandmother, mother, aunt, godmother, or sister who doesn’t want the younger women in her life to feel confident in their own skin.

Creating Vision: Vision Boards

Vision boards are collage of visual images and words that represent the life you want to live.  It is a tangible representation of the vision you have for yourself and your future.

The Trappings of Girlhood

It became very clear after she was born that all I wanted for her was to grow up healthy, happy and confident with a clear sense of her potential. I wanted to give her the skills and support to fulfill it. I am committed to raising her without a sense of limits, and to do that I will need to let her take the lead. Where do her natural strengths and interest fall. I want her to have true and complete freedom to choose whether she wants to conform to traditional roles and constraints or the new world ideal of women.