A love letter to my fellow humans on International Women’s Day, two weeks late. Here’s the thing with International Women’s Day, I love it and I struggle with it – mostly because it’s just one day. One day is not enough. The other 364 days a year, it’s not International Women’s Day. My challenge toContinue reading “Happy International Women’s day…Two Weeks Late”
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Unwind Identities and Return to Yourself
Unwinding identities that no longer serve you is really important work. In the end, shedding these identities will always bring you closer to yourself.
The most radical thing you can do.
The most radical thing you can do for yourself, your family, faith, business, community, and your world.
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”
Love Yourself and You’ll Realize You’ve Always Belonged
Have you ever struggled to feel like you belong? Me too. But in an effort to belong, I learned something. I learned that to believe that I belonged, I had to believe that belonging wasn’t the most important thing. The most important thing was loving myself whether I belonged or not. If you feel comfortable, I’d love to hear your stories of how you fought to love yourself whether you belonged or not.
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”