Did you know that YOU are ENOUGH? If you didn’t hear your own spirit whispering that truth at some point today, please read it right here, right now. YOU ARE ENOUGH.
It isn’t easy to be a mompreneur and there is no one way to do it right. I have come to accept I will never be perfect when it comes to my business and family…and that’s okay!
Your joy matters and if you don’t prioritize joy, it can disappear. A few years ago my therapist gave me the assignment to practice joy every week. Say what? It was harder than I expected!
“I need to share something and it’s not good news. In fact, it’s really bad. And there is no easy way to say this but I was diagnosed with Stage IV cancer and it is ……”
My mind tuned out as soon as our therapist shared her news.
My friend Sara shared this recipe with me just before we all started staying home! She texted me the recipe and it’s the kind of recipe that you are constantly scrolling through texts in order to find it to make it again! It’s a sweet drink that has saved me during quarantine! Completely healthy + […]
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In this quarantine life, a simple breakfast gives us a good start the day! Since we are spending so much time in the kitchen, I need recipes that are simple and delicious. Yogurt parfaits fit the bill and also make a great snack anytime, day or night! We top our parfaits with any fruit we […]
Anyone who really knows me knows that the PTA has not been my thing. I am not the mom you call to do the classroom party. Praise all the moms that make that stuff happen, but it just hasn’t been for me. Call me to drop off the supplies. Call me to brainstorm how to […]
You guys… I have miracles on the brain. I know miracles are possible, but am I staying in a space to receive them? Am I open to the miracles that are mine? Am I thinking abundantly and reminding myself that miracles are possible, every single day? There’s room for improvement over here! I need a […]
It’s the weekend so maybe we should talk about raising teenagers? Is anyone else trying to figure it out and wondering how to do it right? Raising teenagers feels just like driving I-15 at the Thanksgiving Point interchange. If you aren’t familiar with Utah and it’s never-ending project, the lanes are constantly moving around, the […]