“Hannah, eat your lunch.” “I can’t. I’m on a diet.” I realized in that moment how all my talk about wanting to lose weight so I could have a “bikini body” had influenced my baby girl. I knew I had to stop obsessing over weight and size and focus more on a healthy body image.
It’s May. That means: end of school prom teacher gifts graduations Mother’s Day Memorial Day bridal showers weddings And, I know you. You want to do it all: buy all the gifts dress for all the occasions make all the people feel special do all the home projects and make all the guests feel welcomed So, you wear yourself out,
If coming up with gift ideas for mom is stressing you out, I’ve got you covered. First, let’s reframe gift giving. I believe it becomes stressful because of one or more of these situations: Our budget is tight. We wait ’til the last-minute to shop. We put pressure ourselves to find the perfect gift. Think
Raising children is exhausting. Marriage is hard work. Schedules are hectic. But, I promise, if you press on in the hard times, you will also press through them. When we moved into this house nearly twelve years ago, the oak tree in my front yard was just a sapling being propped up by a stake and a string.
Every time I change my living room, anything from full on rearranging to tweaking accent pieces and accessories, I think, I hope, this is “the one.” Otherwise, I’ll keep experiencing angst over having a space that doesn’t truly reflect who I am, and continuing my quest to create a home and life I love. What
How many times have you stood in your closet, spending time you don’t have, trying to find something to wear? It adds so much stress to your already hectic morning. amiright? Today, I’m sharing how to organize your closet so you go from stressed out to super confident. It’s kind of like magic. How to
I think Marie Kondo is just precious. She seems like a kind, gentle and caring person. And, I love that she has brought so much attention to decluttering and organizing, especially since it’s an area we tend to put off as unimportant, or not important enough. What I don’t love is the cult-like following. This
“I can’t wait for Hannah to come home.” “The house really needs to be cleaned before she gets here.” “What would my kitchen cabinets look like painted white, with a blue island? “I cannot gain anymore weight before the new year.” If you’re anything like me, you’re mind is dashing back and forth between the