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I would love to be that “mommy” I always am and say that I want to spend my birthday with my children, but honestly, I don’t wish to this year. I have spent every moment of every day with my sons and I am ready for a break. Figuring my 30th birthday is the best excuse I went on a Google search mission for ideas on how to spend my 30th birthday.

Since my actual birthday is on Friday and my sons father works I won’t be able to start celebrating until Saturday but I do plan to celebrate. An idea that I had was to spend the night in a local hotel, because I would like to stay close to home but have some peace and quiet. A local hotel sounded like the best option since I don’t really have any relatives homes I could stay at.

Apparently your 30th birthday is the time to conquer any life long fears and just let loose.  I had a fear of flying all of my life and in June of this year flew for the first time,  since then I flew to NYC for a Ragu Brand Immersion day. I have overcome the fear of flying 100% just before this years 30th birthday. Hooray!

I haven’t ever been to a spa nor received a professional massage so that is another idea I have for my special weekend. I pan to search and find out where there are local places so that I can get some relaxation, because these shoulders are rock hard. I had thought about a deep tissue massage, I like it rough, but my mom recently had one & said it hurt her in some areas so I am not sure about the deep tissue massage idea, maybe just a normal massage.

So there you have it, I want to spend at least one night in a hotel and have a real massage. I also want to have my laptop with me so I can do some much needed writing. My head has been overwhelmed with parenting and client work so I need to back off and have a chance to miss my kids and my work.

I will come back a happier Mom and person … at least that is the idea.

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Written by brandyellen

Brandy is a NH Mama who desires to share her stories as a means to inspire others to live life fully, learn from their mistakes and move forward. When Brandy isn't rambling, she is off on adventures to experience life to the fullest in New England. Author, with her daughter, of Positive Girl - The Power of Your Thoughts Question about this post or something found within it? Read my Disclosure Policy as well as Terms of Use.

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  1. Wendy T (64 comments)

    Woo hoo for 30! I loved thirty – it was the happiest, most profound decade of my life. I truly wish I could have it back.

    I hope your weekend is all you want it to be. Wishing you many happy, healthy returns.
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