Over the past couple of weeks, I've shared a 3-part series about the reasons why moms hide their tears in the shower. If you've missed the previous posts, you can read Part I here and Part II here. This is the final post of this series. "In the absense of connection, there is suffering." -Brene… Continue reading 3 Reasons Overwhelmed Moms Cry in the Shower| Part III
On Tuesday, I published part II of a 3-part series on why overwhelmed moms cry in the shower. I had to break it down into three parts because my posts are generally 500 words or less and each of those was over 1k. The points I'm addressing are too deep to just scratch the surface,… Continue reading Overwhelm Check-In
Last week, I shared reason #3 why moms felt overwhelmed to the point of tears in the shower. This week, I wanted to continue to reason #2. If you missed the last post, go ahead and read it now and come back to pick up where you left off. Let's get right to it! Reason… Continue reading 3 Reasons Overwhelmed Moms Cry in the Shower | Part II
Generally, on Thursdays, I do a check-in post to see what's come up for you since the previous post. I've received some messages that have compelled me to share this with you instead. I'll check in with you at the end to see what this week's post on strength brought up for you. I grew… Continue reading An Open Letter to Strong Women
I just wanted to check in and see what you've learned about yourself since the last post on identifying your authentic truth versus brutal honesty. Feel free to share any discoveries you've made or awareness that's come to your consciousness. If you haven't already signed up for the monthly newsletter, now's the perfect time… Continue reading Authentic Truth Check In!
Are you confusing authenticity with brutal honesty? Don't worry, you aren't alone if you are. For many years I thought that being brutally honest was speaking my authentic truth. In reality, it was just that, brutal honesty. It wasn't until I learned how to connect with myself on a deeper level that I was able… Continue reading Authenticity or Brutal Honesty?
I just wanted to take a moment to check in with you and see what's come up for you since the last post where I opened up to you about breaking the habit of perfectionism and gave you three tips to get started! Did you see part of yourself reflected in that post? Did you… Continue reading Perfectionism Check-In
When I was asked what my biggest flaw was during job interviews, I used to share that I was a perfectionist. I was being honest and cheeky at the same time. See I knew full well that in the corporate world, perfectionism wasn't a flaw at all. They saw it as someone who was dedicated,… Continue reading 3 Tips to Help You Break Your Habit of Perfectionism
As I sat coloring with my daughter and listening to Maroon 5, I received the message to share with you this week. You see, my daughter only knows Maroon 5's more recent tracks but I'm a long-time fan. The sound they have today is very different than the one they had before my daughter was… Continue reading Why Growth can be a Lonely Journey & that’s OK!
I grew up in a military family moving from place to place roughly every 4 years. That was my sense of normal and as I grew up, I found myself wanting to move regularly. I thought it was because moving was my sense of normal but recently I realized I don't have that impulse to move.… Continue reading Face Yourself