I’m pretty sure I came out of the womb in sweatpants. Like, no joke. They were meant for me and I was meant for them. And, if I wasn’t born in Idaho then I most likely would have been born in Scandinavia…because, well, hygge. You’ve heard of that, right? If you’ve spent any amount of … Continue reading My Hygge Habits
The short answer? Yes…I think so…? Let me take you back to what prompted this question… I was on a walk with an awesome momma and the conversation turned to the ebb and flow of life and how to balance it all. Now, mind you, I don’t have it all figured out and I’m generally … Continue reading Is it Possible to Have it All?
Between my obsession with Rose Oil lately and learning about the Goddess Lalita Sundari (the Goddess of desire) through the Rose Gold Goddesses group I am a part of, this month is filled with desire and love and I’m, well, loving it! I was speaking with my friend and mentor, Summer, the other day and … Continue reading Rose Oil, Lalita Sundari & Love
It kind of feels like a cliché but 'tis the season, right? I've written about the monkey in my head before and I usually refer to this monkey in a negative way-with bad self talk and overwhelming thoughts which leads to momXiety and the inability to move foreward. And while this bad little monkey still … Continue reading 5 Ways to Practice Gratitude
No one ever told me motherhood was so lonely. Like, really, really lonely. But the crazy part is that I’m never alone. I always have a kid or a dog or a husband that is around, filling up the space in the house. I am always surrounded by people, yet at times I feel pretty … Continue reading No One Ever Told Me Motherhood Was So Lonely
"You have a worried face" My friend and mentor said that to me the other day. I have a worried face. She's completely right and the evidence lives right between my eyes in a nice, getting deeper by the day, wrinkle. I have a worried face. How can you not? I mean, the world is … Continue reading #momXiety
I'm just climbing out of the wonderful exhaustion that is the dōTERRA Convention. I go every year. I soak it all in every year and I'm completely exhausted after it every year. The amount of information that is presented and the amount of energy that is flowing through that venue, fills me up to the … Continue reading 5 Simple Ways to Take Care of Yourself