Best Hair Tools for Women Who Don’t Know How to Do Their Hair

On one of the FB groups I follow, someone asked the question, “What’s one thing you should know how to do by now, but don’t know how to do?” I didn’t even have to think about it. I responded, “My Hair.” I was surprised how many women responded under my comment, “Me too!”. Not going …

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Being Who We Are Meant to Be (Part 2 of 2)

To follow up to Part I on Being Who We Are Meant to Be, the emotions of the things written below is where it all originally stemmed from. And to clarify, I’m referring to strengths as the natural gifts inside us, the ones that energize us and set us apart. The blend of strengths is …

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How to Embrace Being the Perfect Mom

I know you’re not perfect. I know you’re not perfect. I know you’re not perfect. These were the words haunting me the entire drive home from a playdate with a seasoned mom that I deeply admire and respect. Like me, she has two kids, but hers are five years older than mine. My time with …

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Being Who We Are Meant to Be (Part 1 of 2)

  When we are little kids, we aren’t thinking about our fears or obstacles or the risk of failing or our pride. We aren’t thinking about how we want more money or a bigger house or insurance benefits. We aren’t thinking about a significant other or kids and the natural weight that goes along with …

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Choosing Love & Happiness

One of my biggest struggles with PPD was falling into this deep dark hole of despair. Everyone around me seemed to have their life together with great things happening and they were surrounded by people, things, accomplishments, experiences, and attitudes that I desperately wished I had. It was a constant comparison game in my mind …

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Bare Naked

We recently went on a family vacation to Wisconsin with my husband’s side. In that time, I finished reading a book that was gifted to me by a friend, “Carry On Warrior: The Power of Embracing Your Beautiful, Messy Life” by Glennon Doyle Melton. (Side Note: For any woman out there, this book will change …

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