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
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Yesterday, I posted a *BONUS* nail with me video that I recorded last week, and it's all about preptober. If you want to see me do my nails with some awesome Color Street nails and talk all about what I'm doing for preptober, please do (check it out)! In that vein, I want to give … Continue reading 3 Preptober Tips and My NaNoWriMo Plans
I know 2020 has been a crazy year. From viruses to murder hornets to inequality to one of the most volatile elections in recent history. How is anyone supposed to reach their goals with all this going on in the world? And what about all those life stages and changes that have occurred in 2020? … Continue reading How to Crush Your Goals for the Last Quarter of 2020
2020 has been a weird year, hasn't it? It certainly has. Yet, through all the chaos, God has been working in my heart to hone and focus my business, as well as create some designs to go with it. He's been working in my heart to overcome fear, overcome physical and mental pain, and overcome … Continue reading Conquering the Pain; Conquering the World
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
Yesterday, I posted a video to my YouTube channel titled "Chronic Illness and New Directions". I want to share the heart behind that video here on the blog, too, because that video was about the use of YouTube and the blog. This one. That you're reading right now. So, much like everyone else, 2020 has … Continue reading Chronic Illness + New Directions
Dream. Try. Do Good."-George Feeney After this, Topanga asked him, "don't you mean do well?" "No, I mean do good," he replied. This is our role in the world: to do good. Scripture puts it this way: Live justly. Love mercy. Walk Humbly with God.Micah 6:8 This year of 2020 has been a rough one. … Continue reading Dear Children, do better.
By this, I do not by any means intend for you to physically go check on them, for the love of all that is holy, stay at home. But, as a therapist and a postpartum mom, I imagine the numbers of postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, and postpartum loneliness are going to go up during this … Continue reading PSA: Check on Your Postpartum Friends
Honestly, I am struggling a lot lately. Everywhere I look, moms are tearing each other down. Believers are divided over things they have no business being divided over.Women are destroying other women. We are divided and fighting over things that we have no business fighting over, commenting on, or caring about (when it comes to … Continue reading Momma’s Heart: the Kind of Mom I Am
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