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Everyone wants to talk about gratitude. Be happy. Be grateful. Seize the moment. But what happens when what you’re really feeling is grief. Like something is missing and may not return at all or in the same way. I want us to talk about holding space for grief and gratitude and how doing this can […]

How to Manage Grief in Motherhood

Manage Your Emotions

When you meet a stranger, one of the first questions they’ll ask is What do you do. They’re looking for a title. A way to reference you. And of course, your response may go straight into titles, mom, nurse, business owner. But today I want us to step away from titles by using two simple […]

Two words that can help you define who you are

Self-Awareness

When you meet a stranger, one of the first questions they’ll ask is What do you do. They’re looking for a title. A way to reference you. And of course, your response may go straight into titles, mom, nurse, business owner. But today I want us to step away from titles by using two simple […]

Two words that can help you define who you are

Self-Awareness

If you’ve ever felt like you were on a never-ending cycle of trying so hard to do the best thing, or do what you “should” be doing and then feeling like a failure when you don’t measure up, this episode is for you. I want us to discuss three myths about inadequacy and why believing […]

Three Myths About Inadequacy

Manage Your Emotions

Early on in my first pregnancy, I found myself in need of some serious space. Like I didn’t want to talk, see, or touch other people. And you have to understand that is 100% NOT like me. I’m an extrovert and I love a good hug. But not during that first trimester. A new kinda […]

How Defining Your Values Can Change Your Life

Self-Awareness

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