You read one of my articles and it was so real and non-judgy, it sounded like an email from your BFF and it blew your skirt up a little bit, so you wanted more.
You heard I recently published a tell-all book and you wanted to do some off-the-radar research and make sure I didn't include you in it.
You're bored to death reading all the other blogs out there, and wanted something you can actually relate to - and that sometimes even makes you belly laugh.
I'm a freelance writer, a blogger at Bring Mommy A Martini, and author of a book - my very first - You Should Write A Book! True Tales of An Unstable Life.
As a kid, I struggled with perfectionism, depression, anxiety, OCD, and undiagnosed ADHD - (basically, I was a freakin' disaster) all of which run in my family, and a few of which both my boys have unfortunately inherited.
I write about ways I've overcome some of these hurdles, thanks to the God-blessed pharmaceuticals industry and some techniques I've acquired as an adult.
I don't want to make it sound like my childhood was hard or sad - in fact, it was the opposite, thanks to my wacko parents and a naughty sense of humor - despite bumps here and there, all because my brain works differently than others.
I share stories about raising up these boys not to be a-holes, about marriage, hormones, dreams for my family and myself, and nostalgic trips back to the 80's and 90's (it's possible I peaked in high school).
Oh, and (struggles with) weight loss.
I don't have anything life-changing or earth-shattering to offer.
Plus, I'm really good at cutting corners (I prefer to call it being efficient), and I like to share these tricks in the spirit of being helpful (I should point out here that I'm an intolerable approval tramp).
Located outside of Austin, Texas, where I live with my husband, our two boys, and three dogs, you'll typically find me writing or reading, or possibly hanging out with my kids, and most assuredly canoodling a Mexican martini.