My name is Kim Morrise and I am a 49 year old wife and mother of 2 incredible girls. For the first 20 years of my post-college adult life, I identified myself as a news producer. I loved that gig. Every day was new. I traveled around the country, taking on new jobs at new stations. In many careers, I’m sure, you form “work families”. In television, it can be especially true because we all move around and are away from our actual families. The families I formed are by far the best part of the exciting career I had. I have the best memories from people I met along the way.Speaking of families, though, I could not truly have the one I wanted and continue working in the 24/7 world of television news. I stayed in my career for 6 years while I was a mom. I wanted to do both perfectly, and I just couldn’t.I left television, after working at The Weather Channel for 10 years, and started my own business. Many thought I would consult in TV, but no, I had to take a completely new path and focus on my new passion: Cooking with kids. I started a cooking school, and found flexibility to be a mom. At the end of 2014, my husband got a fantastic opportunity to take a promotion and move us back to his hometown. The move meant selling the business and being a full-time mom.I have been “full-time-mommy-ing” it since January 2015. I love it. I really do. I do. Except… now I’m in this space of trying to figure out what to do next. I guess I was wrong years ago when I said I could stay home and do nothing if I won the lottery.So, a woman that I have only met on the phone, discussing that business I sold, suggested I start a blog. I find it silly, really. What could I possibly offer you?Then I thought, I only have “30 Seconds”, what am I going to do with them? So here goes….