45: Is Your Mom-Life Ready for a Season of Change? – Meant to Bloom: I Get To
- 45: Is Your Mom-Life Ready for a Season of Change?
- 44: Where to Start When You're Drowning in Overwhelm & Anxiety
- 43: One Sneaky Way Comparison is Screwing With Your Happiness
- 42: Stop Making Fear Based Decisions & Start Living Your Abundant Life
- 41: It's Okay to Quit While You're Ahead (the real reason I don't drink anymore)
I love the Autumn. Sweaters, bonfires, pumpkin spice donuts, wooly socks, crisp mornings. Fall is the absolute best for a girl like me, basic. But this time of year always gets me thinking, all of nature is changing, but am I? Am I shedding my dead leaves? Am I making room for growth? Am IContinue reading “45: Embracing This Season of Change in Your Mom-Life”
When we allow ourselves to believe life is hard, it’s going to be. When we become problem focused, it’s very easy to get overwhelmed. You might be thinking that overwhelm happens when you have too much to do, but that’s not really the case – overwhelm is actually not knowing where to start.
Comparison is a very sneaky trap. It shows up in unexpected ways and can go unnoticed for some time. Sometimes we accidentally judge the mom who seems to have it all figured out, she finds time to brush her hair and wears real jeans and suddenly here we are feeling like less than. We neverContinue reading “43: One Sneaky Way Comparison is Screwing With Your Happiness”
I always had this idea that you couldn’t quit something that wasn’t destroying your life. I think mommy-wine culture can be incredibly toxic to those who struggle with addiction. If you’re good with a glass of wine at the end of the day, that’s awesome, more power to you. But if you feel like thisContinue reading “41: It’s Okay to Quit While You’re Ahead (the real reason I don’t drink anymore)”
The truth is: life gets to be easy, if you let it be easy. When we choose to let it be easy, we free up our time and energy to elevate in other areas of our life. We can lean more into our true purpose and grow deeper in our relationships. Life gets better when we let it be easy.
It takes real courage to be a beginner. The worst thing we do as a beginner is think we have to have it all figured out right away. I’m here today to tell you it’s okay to be a beginner. It’s okay to not have it all figured out at the beginning.
Prioritizing mental health into your everyday life without adding to the overwhelm is so important to your lasting peace and joy – and that’s what I’m all about. I’m so passionate about sharing all the ways I’ve learned to do this in my busy mom-life.
Guilt is garbage. Fear is a liar. Imposter Syndrome is a coping mechanism meant to keep you safe and small. You’re meant for more than you’re allowing yourself to receive. Ditch the mom-guilt and do the damn thing (as Kacia says so often).
If one of the biggest stressors in your life right now is that dinner time dilemma, then this is for you. Dinner time can be so much easier than you’re letting it be and it all starts with a foolproof meal plan. I used to let the dinner time dilemma send me into a spiral of depressive symptoms and anxiety attacks.
35: Focus on What’s Actually Important to You – How to be Undistracted by False Purpose in Motherhood
This episode is going to get you questioning a lot about how you’re living your life, my friend. Mindfulness and awareness are key in this topic. Grab your journal, we’re about to dive in deep – you can get started by asking yourself these questions, then tune into the episode for my insight on living your day to day aligned with your purpose and priorities.
Being a good mom isn’t about the perfect house or knowing where everyone’s soccer uniforms are, it’s about showing up and supporting your family by creating a home atmosphere where everyone can relax and enjoy time with one another. Most of us lose sight of that on the regular. It’s okay, we’re gonna get realigned today and I’m going to give you some great tips and tricks for keeping in alignment with what’s really important to you.
I’ve seen a lot of moms lately desperately searching for a solution to the toy mess, and mama, I feel ya! I’ve got 3 boys of my own – 2, 4, and almost 6 years old. These kids are spoiled by an over-giving grandma (thanks mom!) and the toy collection seems to constantly grow and I’m stuck cleaning up the mess. Or at least I WAS stuck with the mess, until I created our toy library.
The words we use are important to the life we are choosing to live. The way you talk about yourself matters. The way you talk about your life matters. If you want to make a change and start living a better life, to rise to a higher version of yourself, you’ve got to start talking about yourself and your life as if you’re already there.
Sometimes loving others can be hard. Okay, a lot of the time it might be hard. But luckily, we can choose to let it be easy.