You know the drill. It’s like clockwork. Priding yourself in your ability to multi-task, it’s a fact that nothing works unless you do. Just as you hit “send” for that urgent email due before 4 pm, you realize that tomorrow, your baby girl is graduating from middle school. And before […]READ MORE >
“Pssst…did you hear that she swears in front of the kids? That’s just awful parenting. No wonder the kids are messed”. Rolled eyes. Whispers. Disgusted Looks. Snickers. Alienation. Ever experienced THAT before? “THAT” being SHAME. But more specifically, Mom Shaming. In my books, Mom Shaming is the worst experience ever […]READ MORE >
It always catches me by surprise what one year can do—let alone an entire lifetime. Honestly, these sort of soul-shifting transformations are the result of setting intentions and carefully crafting your reality. This rang true for me a million times over this year. For the first time ever, I gave myself full permission to take the next big step in my life so I could fiiiiinally move on.READ MORE >
I went to bed endlessly focussed on my next move, and as I tossed and turned, the irony hit me like a ton of bricks: I couldn’t sleep because of the weight of the decision, but I really needed to sleep on it. A fire was rising up in my belly and I had no idea what to do with this energy, let alone how the heck to say goodnight to it. Tomorrow is another day, I thought to myself, and released any expectations of what another morning would bring.READ MORE >
Every morning, I’m gently woken at 5:30 a.m. by soft, zen sounds—quiet humming from my alarm that sets a peaceful tone for the day. It’s dark outside, proof that fall is finally starting to settle in. If I’m lucky, as I draw my curtains, I’ll see the moon beaming, and soak in her energy for a few seconds before I get excited for the day ahead. All three of my boys are sound asleep in their beds (pure bliss), oblivious to the quietness of my world.READ MORE >
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