Author: Lindsay Klein

Lindsay Klein is a workaholic, only because when you love what you do, you never work a day in your life. She can be found in the day teaching and/or practicing yoga as she raises her first son. When the evening comes, she puts on her Wonder Woman gear, and hosts a rock radio show in Northern NJ. She is always inspiring others with her fitness goals and posts, and resides with her husband and son in Northern NJ.

Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day, one day, heck we should get a month…just saying.  I remember last year, my first Mother’s Day, everything was still BRAND new and rainbows and unicorns.  We had taken my son home from the NICU, so nothing in the world could make me happier.  I was the happiest mom in the universe, so I thought, but no really,… Read more →

Winging it, a First time mom’s guide to motherhood Part One

I’ve been thinking for awhile about sharing my experiences as a first time mom.  Not only a first time mother, but one of a preemie.  Also, one who hasn’t read squat, on the whole motherhood thing.   Sometimes people are too scared to ask questions, or embarrassed, and I just felt like sharing certain obstacles I’ve faced as a new mom,… Read more →

It’s all part of it

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about life’s process, life’s processes, the many journeys we venture out on, and the obstacles and success we face a long the way.  All of it, is all part of it.  Part of what you may ask?  The big picture. When I think about anything and everything I’ve ever wanted in my personal life,… Read more →

A birthday note to my son

To my son, Thank you.   Thank you for choosing Dadda and me to be your parents.  When “they” say long days and short years is what parenting is all about, they weren’t kidding.   In many ways it feels like eternity ago that you were born and taken away from me minutes later.  In many ways, it feels like yesterday.  But… Read more →

All you need is you

As Parker’s first birthday is starting to rear its shocking face, I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how you’re never really prepared for most things in life, but you get by, and most of the time even succeed, because all you really need, is you. You.  You are your own personal soldier.  So if you’re like me, and sometimes… Read more →