Maven Mondays: Motherhood, Entrepreneurship, & More – with Laura Noelle

I used to have a post series (or, rather, I wanted to) for Spotlighting amazing women...well, I'm bringing that back in a new way. And to kick it off, I'm going to do an update of the original (and only) spotlight Sunday post I did. In April of 2013, Laura Noelle wrote this post: Motherhood, … Continue reading Maven Mondays: Motherhood, Entrepreneurship, & More – with Laura Noelle

Soul Cadence Village is Open – Membership for SAHM/WFHM

I'm so excited. After spending the last month revamping and completely updating some of the materials inside the membership -Soul Cadence Village is now open! What is the Soul Cadence Village, you ask? So glad you did! Soul Cadence Village is THE online membership for stay at home, work from home, or business/ministry owner mommas … Continue reading Soul Cadence Village is Open – Membership for SAHM/WFHM

How to Start or Grow a Business or Ministry While Navigating Chronic Illness

It's hard enough to be a mom when life throws a chronic illness or mental health issue our way. It feels downright overwhelming. And, how much more so when we are also trying to launch or grow a business. Maybe one that allows us to be home with our kids, and build a schedule that … Continue reading How to Start or Grow a Business or Ministry While Navigating Chronic Illness

12 Small Ways to Get Moving as a Home Based Mompreneur or Chronic Illness Momma

One of my recent YouTube videos, in which I do my nails and chat, I talked about ways to get moving. Small things we can do throughout the day to get ourselves moving/going. And, I shared a little bit of why it’s important to make sure we’re moving our bodies, and a bit of my story. … Continue reading 12 Small Ways to Get Moving as a Home Based Mompreneur or Chronic Illness Momma

Momma’s Heart: the Other Ugly Side of Comparison

We all know that comparison is the thief of joy...I mean, it's one of them for sure. But, there is another ugly side of comparison that really shows itself in pregnancy, especially late pregnancy. It's the side that says you can't experience your pain or acknowledge your pain because someone has it worse. In several … Continue reading Momma’s Heart: the Other Ugly Side of Comparison