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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: How can moms embrace possibilities and what does that even mean?

December 30, 2016

  Q: How can moms embrace possibilities and what does that even mean?   A: I think it’s a mindset thing. It’s a call to embrace a broader way of thinking about what you are doing and what is within the realm of possibilities.

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Q: Do you think comparisons are bad?

December 15, 2016

Q: Do you think comparisons are bad? A: This is such a misconception. Actually, no. Can you stick with me for a minute? I want to explain my perspective.   Comparisons can be leveraged for good or bad. They are an empty vessel and it’s all how you use it.   When I teach women home […]

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