Of all the balls you’re juggling right now - the kids, your marriage, work, housework, friendships, and more - do any of them represent what you need? Many of us have this constant desire to strive, achieve, and prove that we’re “good enough” without even considering our own needs. My guest today has found the solution to this situation that so many of us find ourselves in. Robyn Downs is a ... Read More
We all go through grief and loss in our lives, from death to sickness, to divorce, and our kids leaving the nest. Grieving isn’t just for losing other people; it’s also for when we evolve into a new version of ourselves and leave our past selves behind. My guest today has gone through a recent experience of grief and has a unique perspective to share on it. My friend Julie Nowell is a digital ... Read More
The purpose of having a clean home is to create a feeling. It might be a feeling of calm, peace, order, or just less stress and less pressure to keep up. My guest today is a master of cleaning and organization, and her tips will help you create the feeling you want in your home. Becky Rapinchuk is a wife, mother, author, and owner of Clean Mama, an online housekeeping community. She expertly ... Read More
We all have things we want to improve on or change about ourselves. Maybe you want to be a more patient mom or more loving partner. Maybe you want to be fitter, have more money, or feel more confident. No matter what your goal is, the key to getting there is consistency. Society expects women to be able to show up like men in our consistency. But we are not men, represented by the sun. We are ... Read More
I love learning about all the different ways we can heal our trauma and live more vibrant lives. One healing technique that has always interested me is hypnotherapy. Now, hypnotherapy isn’t the same as the performance hypnosis you saw at your high school prom. As my guest Juliet Obodo will tell you, hypnotherapy is a powerful way to naturally remove mental blocks that keep you in low energy ... Read More
In the words of Maya Angelou, when someone shows you who they are, believe them. When the world shows you who it is, believe it. So much of our pain comes from wishing things weren’t the way they really are. How often do you wish your kids would show up on time for virtual schooling, that your toddler would just learn to potty train, or that your spouse would get off the computer? Is it ... Read More
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