Tag: Mom life

Better Than Average Mom

Motherhood is hard. Mary, the mother of Jesus, the one that God entrusted to raise the SAVIOR of the world, LOST HIM FOR THREE DAYS. If social media had existed back then, her mess up would have been one of the most debated topics on Facebook, dividing sides and splitting

Forget the Glass Celling. Shatter the Walls

It was a beautiful day and I ended up at the park with our youngest daughter. She ran to the swings and triumphantly jumped onto the empty seat. As she got going, after a push from me, she would pump her legs then stick them straight out, using the muscles

I Need To Apologize

I need to apologize to everyone of my beautifully strong and amazing women friends that have their own businesses, blogs, movements, groups, non-profits, churches, conferences, and anything else that helps, heals, and speaks to other women; because I struggle with comparison. I compare my DOING with your DOING. When I

Podcast GUEST

Earlier this week, my dear friend Sarah, creator of the Say it, Sarah! Podcast released the podcast where I was her guest. The link is below if you want to take a listen but what I REALLY encourage you to listen to is the episode WHO ARE YOU RALLYING AROUND?

March 2019 Stunningly Strong Woman: Tara Alston

T R I G G E R• W A R N I NG March’s Stunningly Strong Story is one that is full of violence but also redemption and I want my readers to be fully aware of this. If you have suffered violence, physical, sexual, or emotional I urge you

International Women’s Day

Happy International Women’s Day to all the first responders and military women that grace the earth. The ones who are first on the scene of a tragedy, the ones who run to the problem and the danger. The women who put others freedoms and lives ahead of their own. The

The Rules of Fight Club

Parenting is hard. Anyone who is a parent knows this. It’s sleepless nights, it’s hiding in the closet just to eat chocolate, it’s cleaning puke up at 1:00 AM, it’s having to have deep and emotionally draining conversations with teenagers at 11:00 PM on school/work nights. It’s hard. Every stage.

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