Secure Parenting

by Jessica Faye Hinton on August 18, 2014

  The best thing about having growing children is that, with them, you grow too. If you allow yourself the opportunity, with your children, you get older and, hopefully, wiser. Things that once seemed so important just aren’t important anymore. Like with my first daughter, I was obsessed, at one point early in her newborn […]


mother’s day is…

by Jessica Faye Hinton on May 13, 2012

I used to always want to be a mother, just to be considered part of Mother’s Day. I didn’t really think myself deserving of the “honorable” meanings of the day. No. I think I just wanted someone to celebrate me. I wanted a gift on a day that a lot of other women were getting […]


you don’t have to be rich to do what you love

by Jessica Faye Hinton on April 2, 2012

I heard this in a commercial the other day. “You don’t have to be rich to do what you love.” Hmm. That’s the truth. But I never really thought about that as the truth before. Before, I used to wish to be rich so that I could afford to have the leisure, the time to […]


something domestic

by Jessica Faye Hinton on March 5, 2012

I never really imagined myself as a someday domestic. When I was in college and pursuing my degree in English, I thought I’d be a teacher, or maybe a writer, or maybe PR professional. Honestly I didn’t know what I was going to be with a degree in English but with my degree in English […]


5:30 am

by Jessica Faye Hinton on February 23, 2012

I remember hearing of moms who would wake up at 4:30 am in the morning to do a morning run by 5:30 am. I remember hearing of these women as a single woman and thinking that they were crazy. “How or why would anyone wake up so early to work out?” I was waking up […]