Welcome to Being an Adult is Hard
Tips, tricks and hacks to make life easier and reduce stress.
Responsibility sucks but sh*t needs to be done and bills have to be paid and the dog puked on the carpet and the kid had another meltdown and we have appointments today and people are hungry and the house needs to be cleaned and the car broke down and the basement is flooding and OMG is it ever going to stop?
Hi, I’m Kim and I know the annoyance and exasperation you feel while struggling to juggle the multiple responsibilities of life. After all, I have over 30 years of experience being a somewhat successful adult.
I hope you make Being an Adult is Hard your first stop for tips, tricks, inspiration, motivation and practical advice to help deal with the stress and overwhelm and make it a little easier for you to get through this thing called life.
Do you hate cleaning but love a clean house? Does a messy house stress you out? Are you ready to let go of perfection and embrace good enough? If so, you’re in the right place! Why do we hate cleaning? Cleaning is a never-ending cycle. So much time is wasted ...Read More
Today is my son’s 21st birthday. Instead of celebrating the wonderful day of his birth, I am feeling very sad about life during this pandemic. We had a big day of celebration planned, but it has all been cancelled. We were supposed to be seeing the Broadway show, Hamilton, tonight ...Read More
According to Wikipedia, Mother's Day is “a celebration honoring the mother of the family, as well as motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society”. While a noble idea in theory, it leaves many people dreading Mother’s Day for a variety of reasons: Perhaps your mother died and ...Read More
Most of us have so many choices that we take them for granted. This freedom of choice allows us to make everyday decisions like where we are going to get our morning coffee or what we will have for breakfast. Are we going to hit the gym and do some ...Read More
Most of us grew up hearing the expression “good things come to those who wait.” As children, we slowly learned that we could usually get what we wanted (within reason) if we were patient and first did what our parents told us to. If we wanted dessert, first we had ...Read More