What I’ve Learned: 19 Months Later

What I've Learned

19 months ago our lives changed when Sweet E entered the world on a stormy February day.  Fat Tuesday lived up to the celebration that year and it’s been a lesson in grandparenty love ever since. I’ve kept tabs on what I’ve learned HERE, HERE, and HERE, but each new day is a surprisingly delightful […]

A Profound Moment of Grace

A Profound Moment of Grace

Who loves a compliment?  WHO?!  Me.  You.  ALL THE WORLD.   We’ll get to that soon enough. This post is a windy, wandering, wisp of what I’d actually like to say but can’t articulate because my innards, where all my feels live, were blown away and took most of my words in the aftermath when a […]

Heel Cup Tutorial: Dealing With Heel Pain

Heel Cup Help

Y’all know I’m a lifelong runner.  I’m like Forrest Gump; once I started, I just kept going.  As I lifer, I’ve had injuries along the way, one of which was thought to be fat pad atrophy.  I know, I laughed too. ~ A gentle reminder: OMT! uses Amazon referral links. When you do your shopping […]

Ask OMT!

Oh, Mrs. Tucker!

A friend of mine (HEY!  I have them…) suggested a post idea to me that if successful, may become a regular series here at OMT!  Kinda like a grown-up version of the What I’ll Tell Sweet E series.  For now I’m calling it: Ask OMT! Wow.  My originality exceeds nothing.  Good thing I had to […]

My Body Tells a Story

Our Bodies Tell a Story

I am a mother of a son.  When he was born and the doctor held him up triumphantly like a much sought after trophy as he exclaimed, “It’s a boy!” I took in a deep breath of relief.  A boy.  I know boys; I can mother a boy. What if Boy had been a girl?  […]

Perimenopause Can Suck It #9: The Dreaded Brain Fog

Perimenopause Can Suck It

I can’t believe that we’re already up to nine posts on the subject of how Perimenopause Can Suck It. This series started innocently enough with Post #1 and here we are, eight more later.  Just so you know, it’s not over yet.  I still have a few more informative (horrifying?!) posts to bring you up […]

The Easiest Inexpensive Face Cleansing Method: One Year Later

The Easiest Face Cleansing Method Ever Revisited

Last summer, I wrote about The Easiest Face Cleansing Method…Ever and I wanted to come back after a year’s time to let you know if I gave it up or if I’m still a convert. Still a convert, my babies.  Even more so if that’s possible. This is a staple in the shower (to be […]

PSA of the Day: Hot Cars Can Kill Kids

Where's Baby? Look Before You Lock!

How about this for an opener: Even great parents can forget a child in the back seat, and caregivers who aren’t used to driving kids are especially likely to forget. A change in a caregiver’s normal routine is another risk factor. Unfortunately, heatstroke is one of the leading causes of death among children. I’ll repeat […]

Why are Women Still Hating Based on a Number?

Women's Body Issues Revisited

Back in 2013, I wrote You Are More Than A Number. Cliff Notes: what the hell are we doing letting a number define us, instruct our behavior or allowing us to diminish or expand our feelings of self-worth? WHAT. THE. HELL. Yep, 2014.  I just looked. The funny thing is that almost a year later […]