It is such an obvious pattern that the more we stress about a goal, the harder it is to achieve it… So how can we make ourselves believe that we will get our desires, especially when we feel we’ve tried and failed so many times with the same goal?… Read More Forming a great relationship – with yourself
We would avoid a lot of disease if we put in more efforts to improve our nutrition and increase our physical activity, but just telling people is NOT enough.… Read More Living Healthy Is Simple But NOT Easy
Statistics show 80 percent of women have self-deprecating thoughts about themselves every day, and those thoughts affect your parenting.… Read More Six Ways to Stop the Negative Self Talk
We are ALWAYS torn between excelling in our career or rocking it as a mom. The balance between the two seems non-existent. Sometimes we roll up to work while drying our tears.… Read More Working Mom Stress Is Not Our Fault
Stop trying to solve everything in our own little world, putting all the burdens on ourselves without getting assistance from anyone else. We all need help, and we all have a desire to help others.… Read More New Year’s Resolutions: Are They Worth It?
It’s no longer about managing, prioritizing, shifting, or planning time. It’s about mindset, the concept that we are not going to do things to the standard we want.… Read More It’s not just you: Working moms really don’t have enough time
Once you understand what value you bring to the world and to others, you will take care of yourself.… Read More Ten Tips For Moms To Boost Confidence
“If there’s a breakdown, and I’m not getting home, dinner still gets on the table.”… Read More This one simple trick insures you get dinner on the table even when you’re at work late
Sometimes you just can’t hold it all together. You need women that you can trust. … Read More Can Anxiety Ruin Your Career?
As heartbreaking as it was to see her teen son pull away, Josephine stuck to her instincts and remained patient and hopeful for years.… Read More Reconnect With Teens: 10 Hacks For Moms When Teens Pull Away