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“HELP! My home is pure chaos.” My conversation with an overwhelmed mom.

July 26, 2017

Q: HELP! My home is pure chaos. A: Ok, ok. Breathe. I got you. Can you tell me what kind of chaos?  Q: I have no idea. A: Ok, let me ask it this way. (Multiple choice, shall we?) Is the chaos environmental? Or relational?  Q: Do I have to pick just one? A: Ha! […]

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This Thing Called Home (the book)

I wrote a book and yes, it’s for every woman.

July 3, 2017

Here’s the thing. I needed it. I needed this book. I needed a certain kind of help so that I could stop failing at the home stuff. I looked everywhere and I couldn’t find it. I started teaching myself this stuff and when I opened up to talk to other ladies about it…it wasn’t anything […]

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All about the Sailers

Home is wherever I’m with you.

January 11, 2017

I never knew what this meant. I think I saw some “doting new mother holding her baby” meme with this penned below. Yes, motherhood is that all encompassing “you-need-me” feeling all day. Home is wherever I’m with you? When I’m with you at Target, that’s not home. When I’m with you at the park, that’s […]

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The Scariest Feeling I’ve Ever Had

January 1, 2017

I think it’s time to have conversations. I  say think because I need to clarify. I surprised myself here. I feel like Did I just say that? Who am I? I have real, scary feelings. Remember, I’m the girl that accidentally wrote a book. I ask lots of questions like Do I have to be an […]

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Q: When culture says “let go” what does that mean?

December 31, 2016

Q: When culture says “let go” what does that mean?   A: This is an important question. Because I have no idea what this means and it’s that nagging voice in my head. Is it in yours too?

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Q: How can a mom choose a simpler lifestyle? And why should she?

December 31, 2016

Q: How can a mom choose a simpler lifestyle? And why should she?   A: Good question. Big question.   This is what I call a big question with an easy answer. Ready for it? Don’t blink or you’ll miss it. Have less.

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