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Doing this thing alone could change your life as a Mom!

As this New Year of purpose begins for you, doing this very thing first can change your life as a mom. It is often overlooked and simply forgotten about. But we are going to dig deep in understanding the key differences in how some moms live successful fulfilled lives and the moms who struggle to balance their lives. Continue reading

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I don’t have it all together and neither do you! #momtalk

The multitude of perfected filtered social media posts and the amazing blogs of the “super mom” doing EVERYTHING amazing have one secret in common. And that is they do not have it all together. Well, how do I know this? If we live this thing called life, we are going to have moments where we feel like the “ish” has hit the fan. Continue reading

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How To Establish Self-Love

I have a question for you. What do you remember about being a teenager or a young girl? (It should not take long since we are ALL pretty young!) Many memories come to my mind, both good (happy face) and … Continue reading

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Moms May Want to Think Twice About This: It’s time to claim your awesomeness!

Ever question your ability of being a good mother? Don’t worry. You are not by yourself. It is common for us as moms to be their own worst critic. The saying, “We are our own worst critic” should actually be, … Continue reading

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Day 3: Self-Love #PositiveMom Challenge

Day 3: Self-Love When I was a child, I always tried to conform who I was as a person. I always thought I was too loud, too happy, too short, too fat, just too much of everything. Today, I embrace … Continue reading

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