We all have goals, don’t we? Whether it’s to become the senior executive at our corporation or to build a following of our parenting blog, our goals can seem difficult to reach. When we look at our lofty goals like this, we don’t know where to start or what the journey will look like. We feel overwhelmed by our dreams and limited by our beliefs of our ability to achieve them. Additionally, if we are surrounded with people content in their current situation without goals for improvement, it’s hard to find the motivation to keep working towards our own. Continue reading “10 Ways to Build Momentum In Your Life”
Warning: There is minor talk of blood and periods in this post.
I always thought miscarriage was a devastating thing. I always felt so sad for anyone brave enough to confide in me that they’ve had a miscarriage. I never knew what to do or say to them. What do you say when someone has lost a child they never got to meet? There aren’t words… Continue reading “Dealing With Miscarriage”
As I’ve mentioned in many of my posts, self-care is pivotal to maintaining your cool as a parent. You need to take care of yourself because you are worth it. Yes, your family’s needs are important, but so are yours. You need to fuel yourself before you can help fuel others. The beauty of self-care is that it doesn’t have to be extravagant or big. It can be little things like enjoying a favorite beverage or sitting in the sun. Continue reading “45 Self-Care Ideas”
When you go looking for parenting advice, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. It’s easy to get bogged down comparing yourself to other parents. Some parents seem to have it all together. But, just remember that everyone has their struggles.
During the month of October, I’ve been participating in a self-care challenge. The idea is to get 30 minutes of self-care in every day. One of the suggestions for self-care was to do a gratitude journal. I was challenged to write down 15 things that I’m grateful for in my life. Continue reading “15 Pieces of Gratitude”
Recently while listening to Sara Dean on the Shameless Mom Academy podcast, she spoke about how women apologize unnecessarily. It got me thinking and I quickly realized that this was true in my own life. Ever since it was brought to my attention, I’ve noticed that I apologize for my mere existence several times daily. Continue reading “Sorry, Not Sorry – We Apologize Too Much”