5 Things You Should Do Every Single Day

Upon reflecting about life in general while going about every day mommyhood routines, I wanted to share 5 things you should do every single day ... even when life is stressful. Even when the kids are crazy. Even when you feel defeated. I pray that it helps you in some way, shape, or form -... Continue Reading →

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You are NOT Alone 

If you take a moment to really look around a room, a grocery store, a doctor's office, or your work environment, there are always people who appear on their own emotionally - down in the dumps and wallowing in the pits of desperation and despair. Perhaps they are feeling alone, fighting depression and anxiety, or... Continue Reading →

3 Tips To Being More Genuine

What if we all wore name tags with our biggest fears? Insecurities? Secrets? What if we embraced others without bias, eye-rolling, and judgment? What if we imagined, entering a conversation, that the person we are talking to could be having the absolute worst day of their life? I recently came across this verse and it... Continue Reading →

Dear Grieving Moms

I never had the feeling of hitting rock bottom until I lost my first child in the womb. I never understood what it meant to have an identity crisis until I went from working 50+ hour weeks to being home full time, knee-deep in poopy diapers, vomit-covered shirts, speaking in weird voices, working my tail... Continue Reading →

Seasons of Growth

God is teaching me that seasons of growth lead to seasons of gratefulness. I used to think that having a certain job title, a perfect home or the most well-behaved child would make me feel successful. Now, I am beginning to see how thankful I am for even the not-so-perfect moments. Maybe you, too, have... Continue Reading →

A Blank Canvas

The thing I love about art is that you can create something inspirational, insightful, and thought-provoking with the stroke a brush. I always dreamed of being an artist, a creative, someone who unashamedly puts their thoughts and dreams on paper without fear of what others have to say. I wish I could paint like Picasso... Continue Reading →

5 Lessons From 2018

As 2019 is rapidly approaching, there is much to reflect on from 2018. There were ups, downs, tests, trials, giggles and belly laughs, beautiful memories, new chapters of our story being written, and many leaps of faith. I'm excited for the new opportunities that were presented in 2018 and excited to see them flourish in... Continue Reading →

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