Have you ever written a letter to your past or future self? Today I have a little bit of a twist for you… Continue reading A Letter from My Post-Pandemic Self
If you were to write a book about this year, what would you call it? Or, better yet, what is the number one lesson you have learned so far? Continue reading Come As You Are
My postpartum mental health landed more toward the “postpartum anxiety” end of the spectrum. It took me a long time to seek help, because I felt like things were only serious if I had a suicidal thought… Continue reading My Experience with Suicidal Thoughts
Of all the things we hope to teach our children, especially in today’s emotionally-charged climate, the number one thing that they remember is our love. Continue reading Feels Like Love
I recently attended a virtual class about creating habits that stick. The instructor (and incidentally one of my favorite humans on the planet), Monica Packer, asked a question that really stood out to me – who am I without the proof? Continue reading Who Am I Without the Proof?
I’m putting together our Season 2 Finale, friends! And I would LOVE your help. Continue reading Be on the Podcast
Have you ever thought about turning your blog into a podcast? Or just trying out a new way of using your voice that offers a bit more room for context? Particularly in today’s virtual climate, if you’re feeling a pull for more community, or looking for a way to jump-start your business visibility, a podcast might be an option you’ve considered, but never seriously inquired into. So, here goes. Continue reading 10 Steps to Creating and Launching Your Own Podcast from Scratch
I finally figured out what I dislike about self-care! Continue reading When Self-Care Isn’t the Answer
What do you think? Can you love your body and also want to change your habits? Continue reading Question & Discussion: Can You Love Your Body AND Also Want to Change Your Habits?
Recently, a friend (two friends, really) gave me one of my favorite types of compliments. She mentioned that, mid-conversation with a mutual acquaintance of ours, my name came up, and her companion offered some kind words. Which reminded me, one of my favorite types of compliments, hands-down, is the… Continue reading The Best and the Not-So-Great Compliments
What are you doing to find peace these days? Continue reading Validation ≠ Agreement
Hi, friends! I’m showing up on the fly here with a free printable for you. I hope you enjoy! ❤ Jenny Continue reading Mindful Self-Care and Reflection: A 10-Day Journal
Yesterday, Joe and I did a live Q&A about educating your kids at home during the coronavirus quarantine. My husband has a PhD in Education, but we are first and foremost parents. After listening to several exasperated mamas plead for understanding about suddenly facing the call for the “proper credentials” and the emotional bandwidth to coach their children through their schoolwork at home, I asked Joe to come on and offer some support and advice. Continue reading Educating Your Kids at Home During Quarantine
They say a good blogger admits when they are wrong. I must confess, the world has gotten to me, lately. I can see it in some of my posts — not in a blatant, or bad way, but in my focus. Today is my attempt to get back on track 😉 Continue reading The Secret to Finding Peace
I’ve been thinking recently about assuming the best in people, about seeing each other as God sees us. Do you have people like that in your life? People who know your mistakes don’t define you? Continue reading No Offense…