Health and Fitness, Sanity Savers

Levels of 10

A few weeks ago I was having this really amazing conversation with a dear friend of mine and she brought up how everyone has “hard days”. Sometimes when I’m venting about a hard day, in comparison to others- it’s rather small and insignificant. But each day the level changes. Moms, I know you feel me… Continue reading Levels of 10

Sanity Savers

Birthday Gift Hacks

We’re just now getting to that “age” where my kid has “friends” (aka the friends I pick for her) and now the birthday parties are coming out of the woodwork. It almost feels like every other week we’re getting invited to yet another birthday party. It’s getting a little overwhelming if I’m being honest. While… Continue reading Birthday Gift Hacks

Sanity Savers

Combating Loneliness as a Mom

A few weeks ago I posed a question on my Facebook Page about if women felt lonely as a mom- the response was overwhelming. All but one person responded that they did in fact feel lonely as a mom. I started to realize- that most moms- probably feel a bit lonely. Some more than others… Continue reading Combating Loneliness as a Mom

Sanity Savers

Avoiding SAHM Burn Out

I remember when I was on maternity leave those first few months as a new mom, I thought “this is the life!” and when I went back to work I LONGED to be a Stay at Home Mom. I made my OWN schedule, we did what I wanted to do, and heck- yoga pants could… Continue reading Avoiding SAHM Burn Out

Sanity Savers

Journal Prompts for Anxiety

Journaling can be an incredible benefit in helping manage anxiety or stress of any kind. Journaling is a judgement free zone. It is you, the paper, and pencil. That’s it. No one else ever has to read it. No one else has to be a participant. And it can be a way for you to… Continue reading Journal Prompts for Anxiety

Sanity Savers

Control the Controllable

I recently had a conversation with another mom who was unhappy with her work situation. Things are work were hard for her and she was having a hard time being happy at work due to the environment, and keeping everyone at home happy as well. I remember all too well how that felt. I remember… Continue reading Control the Controllable

Sanity Savers

Guest Blogger: I’m Not a Natural Mom

We have a special treat for you today. Meet Rachel Harrell who runs The Naptime Projects , a blog dedicated to end the mom-shaming and helping moms take back their life one nap-time at a time. She enjoys building things from pallets, date nights with her husband, Chris, and playing with her baby boy, Will.  I… Continue reading Guest Blogger: I’m Not a Natural Mom

About Me

Road Trips with a Toddler

Recently my husband and I took a long drive from Northern California (where we live) to Southern California. Why on earth would we drive 10 hours to Southern California (side note, yes we don’t live ANYWHERE near LA/San Diego, Disneyland or anywhere else you’re currently trying to think of)? Friends. Really incredible friends of ours… Continue reading Road Trips with a Toddler

Health and Fitness, Sanity Savers

Self Limiting Beliefs

Mindset is everything. You’ve probably heard of that before. What you think, speak, and believe is what turns into truth.  If you’re a negative person, you’ll always see the glass as half empty.If you’re a positive person, you’ll see a greater reason for every moment in life.But this isn’t about that. I’m going to share… Continue reading Self Limiting Beliefs

Health and Fitness

How I Cured My Sinus Infection (med free)

When I was pregnant, I got a sinus infection monthly. No joke. They were like the bain of my existence in my 41+2 weeks of being pregnant. And yes- that's how long I was pregnant. I feel like it's a badge of honor for my suffering since I was overdue so I always share my… Continue reading How I Cured My Sinus Infection (med free)