Unwinding identities that no longer serve you is really important work. In the end, shedding these identities will always bring you closer to yourself.
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Today I Celebrate You: International Women’s Day
In 2005 I bought my first home, 4132. She has two bedrooms, one bathroom and one garage stall. At first glance, she was the most starter of all the starter homes. She had one thing that was unique about her, she had a custom wood built-in that stretches the length of the living room. InContinue reading “Today I Celebrate You: International Women’s Day”
Do the next right thing. Then ask for help.
In my recent professional life, I coached and led financial advisors that were all entrepreneurs running their own business. Most of them came to our company to start a business from scratch. To start a business from scratch is freaking hard. It requires so much courage and straight up grit. For all of you entrepreneursContinue reading “Do the next right thing. Then ask for help.”
Self Care = Self Love
As a mother, some of my favorite daily moments are when I’m laying with my babies at night while I put them to bed. I see them so still. I hear their unique breathing patterns, patterns that are just their own. I see the tiny freckles on their faces, freckles that will never be repeatedContinue reading “Self Care = Self Love”
You’re not only enough…You’re a freaking work of art
One of my favorite summer memories is going to outdoor concerts with my hubby. There’s nothing better. I love the experience of live music anywhere but being at a summer outdoor concert with my guy is the ultimate date night. We’ve seen Paul McCartney to the random band at the small-town bar and everything inContinue reading “You’re not only enough…You’re a freaking work of art”
What if you believed you’re already enough?
What if you’re already enough? I turned 40 in December. Naturally, I know a lot of other friends who’ve recently turned 40 or are about to turn 40. I’ve heard so many women say that the 40’s was their favorite decade. I can see that will be true for me as well. I’ve also seenContinue reading “What if you believed you’re already enough?”