Tears of Joy

Call me crybaby Nat. I find myself crying tears of joy at least a few times a week. I started crying today watching my son run around in a park, picking tomatoes from a planter.



He’s so innocent and scrumptious I wish I could keep him this small. Moms, do you find yourself getting emotional as often as I do? What makes you emotional?

Getting Things Done.

I never wanted to be one those moms that use their kid as an excuse to avoid pretty much everything; so I do my best not to be her. I might not respond to your phone calls, texts, emails, and social media comments as quickly as I used to but hey, I’m still getting back to you within a day.


Nowadays I use the park and my car as my office. When my son is fixated on a spinning thing and nothing seems to matter to him, I quickly reply to texts in those few seconds.

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After blowing off some energy at the park, my son enjoys long naps in the car, and then I can reply to emails or call clients.



I’ve learned that no one cares that you’re a busy mom, working woman, or both, they just want what they want, when they want it. Results.

Moms, let me know your tips on getting things done.