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Katrina High

Katrina High

Katrina High is a working mom of a sassy preschooler, recipe corner cutter and craft beer drinking yogi. She keeps it a little too real and has a tendency to try to balance too much. You can find her on Living the High Life or on Facebook.

In Sickness and in Health

When we declared, "in sickness and in health, until death do us part” neither of us had any idea how meaningful those words would become.

Saying Goodbye to my Goal Pants

My goal pants are toxic, and a dream that is not really mine, but one forced on me by what society says I should want.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Infertility Support

One in eight women will deal with infertility - which means at some point or another going to need to help a friend or family member through these emotions.

The Perks of Having a Strong-Willed Child

My daughter has no idea how to take no for an answer, and her negotiation skills are off the chain for only being three years old. And boy, can she work a room.

The Problem with Mommy Wine Culture

We are surrounded by the mommy wine culture daily. Shirts that say "I run on coffee and wine." The normalization of alcoholism is a problem.

Adjusting to Three, When We Wanted Four

Thea’s clothes and baby things have been sitting in the basement for the past three years in the hopes that some sort of miracle pregnancy would happen.

It Was Never About The Leggings

In a recent letter to a university newsletter a mom pleads for the young women on campus to “think of the mothers of sons the next time [they] go shopping."

Thanks, But I Didn’t Ask

Why is it that the second your first child leaves your womb, there’s a line of people out the door ready to bombard you with unsolicited advice?

Dear Daughter: You Are Strong

It’s been very obvious since the day you were born that you would continue this family trend of strength, and while it makes me proud it also makes me nervous.

I’m a College Educated Mom…and I Have A Lot of Tattoos

I’m a college-educated, successful businesswoman and mom. I even drive a Honda Pilot. And I still get judged because I have a lot of tattoos.