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 →

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 →

Give Your Spouse The Bigger Piece of Pie

It's amazing how sometimes the smallest acts can teach us the biggest lessons. Have the biggest impact on our lives. Inspire us to reroute our current patterns of thinking. I'm 24 weeks pregnant and one of my current cravings is fresh-out-of-the-oven, leaves-your-mouth-watering, homemade pumpkin pie. 'Tis the season. Admittedly, I recently made two pumpkin pies... Continue Reading →

Untangling The Webs of Regret

I could tell story after story of opportunities I have missed: To have conversations or meetings that I should've had when I knew people were struggling or hurting.  To go out of my way to tell someone I appreciate them, because I knew they were facing a difficult time and could use some extra encouragement. ... Continue Reading →

When Trust is Broken

I think it is pretty safe to say we all have baggage. We all have points in our life where we feel like we hit rock bottom. We feel gloomy, afraid, uncertain of our relationships, and wonder how we could be so naive. Maybe you are in that place right now. While we could go... Continue Reading →

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