Hello, I am Jazmane, I am 30 years old, and I am a single mother of 2 handsome boys. Can you imagine the energy of a 7- and 2-year-old everyday wanting to do something outdoors every day or as simple as watching a movie together? Most days I will prep meals, clean and schoolwork when the kids are at school and daycare, so I do not have to cook 3 times a day, every day. This does work for me. Even with meal prepping, I will still Doordash food if I cannot get up and actually put our plates together. With school, I like to understand every time I am reading. I have no support system when it comes to raising my sons. My 7-year-old helps me a lot. I often tell him that he has been here before because he is so wise, smart and independent at a young age. I've been living with narcolepsy type 1 since I was a child, but I was diagnosed when I was 21 years old. I know it takes self-discipline to keep yourself on a routine. My therapist told me to focus on what I can control and not what I cannot control. Also, parenting is already complex but as a single mother with narcolepsy, it is more complicated and to stop being so hard on myself. We often do not think we are living up to society standards when in all honesty, we should only live up to what standards we set for that day. It is really a day-to-day process, and it does not get easier.