4 Simple Steps to a Stylish, Toddler-Friendly Wardrobe

4 Simple Steps to a Stylish, Toddler-Friendly Wardrobe

During this quarantine business, lives are shifting and changing. Undoubtedly, you’re feeling a ripple effect of some kind. So, I felt like taking the time to work on at least one aspect you can control may be helpful.

The guest today, Kay Birkner, discusses how a few minor tweaks can make all the difference in your style, wardrobe, and the way you are feeling?? (more…)

Raising Appreciative, Prayerful, & Purposeful Children

Raising Appreciative, Prayerful, & Purposeful Children

Today’s post is one I am super excited about. Jessica approached me to help spread the word on her beautiful book. I can attest to the fact that it is amazing. Raising children has its challenges, but this has made a positive impact already. My son has been doing the daily pages with me every night, and then my middle daughter started to participate after the first couple of days, as well… (more…)

Confidence in YOUR Best Version of Parenting

Confidence in YOUR Best Version of Parenting

I’ve been going through the motions of what others have said is a good path for me. Plugging away, creating the content, and feeling fine.

But something felt off.

I was finding success, providing value, but there seemed to be a piece missing.

Then, all the negative thoughts, naysayers, and other Debbie Downer bits showed up.

I began this journey with a specific goal in mind, and I am so close I can taste it. But do I just keep plugging away, head down, or do I raise my head and listen to my heart? (more…)

They’d Be Better Off Without Me

They’d Be Better Off Without Me

I had someone reach out and offer this as an anonymous guest post. The piece spoke to me, and I felt it was too important of a topic not to share.

We all have had these thoughts or feelings. Hopefully, in sharing, simply realizing you’re not alone is enough to give you some strength. (more…)