Changing those thoughts is a muscle we have to build. Just like exercise, a healthy mindset is something that takes just as much work and dedication. Commit to honoring your health in a mind, body, and soul kind of way. Our soul is at the center of everything we do and life just becomes a little easier, our breaths a little deeper, when we take the time to invest in our mental wellness.Read More
We lose when we choose fear. We lose when we let resentment and anger guide us. Sit in the discomfort of envy and ask yourself...”what is this feeling telling me? And then, what can I do with that wisdom?” Envy is a normal emotion. It’s what thoughts and behaviors come AFTER that initial emotion that we need to change.Read More
The ONLY difference between someone who is killing it in their career and someone who is still sitting on the sidelines, is mindset. When algorithms change on social media, they don't complain, they adapt. When time is an issue, they don't just stop, they reprioritize and make the time. When money is an issue, they don't quit, they get creative...they barter forservices, they go back to The University of Google and figure it out, and instead of waiting for every detail to be perfect, they just start, because they know that done is better than perfect.Read More
I tried to be hands on for a really long time. I tried to be “that Mom". The one crafting and cooking and running with her BOB stroller, and home schooling, and all the stuff, but it quickly turned me into an angry mom.
Can we instead learn to love our bodies exactly as they are? Can we begin to idolize women for more than their ability to say no to cheese cake and yes a 5am workout? Can we find our worth in more than what number we see on the scale or what number is on the inside of our jeans?Read More
I could feel the emotion welling in my throat, moving towards my eyes, but I just kept breathing. In...and out...as the baby continued to scream. Our attempts to soothe her were met with only more tears. She just wanted to be home. I just wanted to be home.Read More
I wish I could have blamed my horrible sense of self on that phase of my life, on being a military wife, but the truth is that I had been that person my whole life. That means that for over three decades, I have laid some serious ground work for some pretty nasty internal dialogue. There are things my thoughts have told me for so long that I whole heartedly believed them to be true. My thoughts kept me prisoner in my own life and had held me back from being the person I was...from the person I knew I was destined to become.Read More