I Once was Lost

.I once was lost but now I am found. I don’t mean that in a religious way either. At the age of 13 I started to lose myself. I just wanted to fit in as a teenager. Then in college I really wanted to feel loved and have friends. Then as a mom and wife I was so consumed with those roles I completely lost track of who I was.

It’s a really hard way to live a thriving life while not being authentic to who you are. I know if I struggled with not knowing who I was  other women out there have too. In my latest vlog I share my tips for helping you find yourself again.


How to Find Yourself Again:

  1. Take Some Alone Time for Yourself with a Journal
  2. Ask Yourself Who Do I Want to be? Write Down What Comes up
  3. Ask Yourself What Do I Want my Life to Look Like? Write it Down
  4. Ask Yourself How Do I Need to Show Up For Those Two Things to Happen? Write it Down.
  5. Ask Yourself What Makes Me Happy? Write it Down

The Answer Lie Within The Answers.

In order for us to create a happy, healthy, thriving life we need to show up as our authentic selves. Let’s start to discover ourselves again so we can be the best version of ourselves. We all have a purpose and the world needs our light to shine brightly.





Everyone is Just Doing the Best They Can

My current book club is reading Brene Browns book Rising Strong. In one of the chapters she states “People are normally doing the best they can with the tools they have”.. WOW!!! This hit me square between the eyes and I really had to mull it over.

Here’s what I came up with:

Are People Doing the Best They Can?

  • Do You Believe That to be True?
  • Have You Been Doing the Best You Can?
  • The Tools we Have Aren’t Just External But Internal as Well

Do you think everyone is just doing the best they can? Comment below and let me know. I would love to hear your feedback.

Want to join my next book club and increase you tools? You can join HERE. We would love to have you in there.





Our Least Favorite F Word… Failure

Recently I started a book club full of women reading Brene Brown’s Rising Strong . We just started reading the book but it’s already bringing up some mindset blocks for the ladies in the group. The book touches on embracing failure. Scary huh?

Here are some strategies I use for getting over the fear of failure. Allow them to help you too!


What to do with failure:

  1. Embrace Failure
  2. Forgive Yourself For it
  3. Find the Lesson in the Failure

Don’t let the fear of failure hold you back from going for your goals. What is the worst thing that could happen if you do “fail”? Let’s learn how to embrace it together. Dust off your pants and let’s do this. You got this!

Leave a comment and let me know where you fear failure the most. Remember YOU ARE ENOUGH!



5 Pillars of Health

I am big on the total body transformation… physical, mental, and emotional. Many times when we start on our health journey we try to do what everyone else is doing instead of focusing on what will work best for us. There are a few things that are equal across the board but how you utilize them makes all the difference. Below are my 5 pillars of health. Remember take it one day at a time, and one step at a time. Incorporate each pillar individually until you are consistent then go onto the next.  Most importantly find what works best for YOU!


5 Pillars of Health:

  1. Sleep- 7-9 Quality Hours per Night
  2. Hydration- 1/2 of Your Body Weight in Oz of Water
  3. Nutrition- Pick a “Diet” You Will Stick to
  4. Exercise- 150 Minutes Moderate Exercise Weekly
  5. Personal Development- Do Something Daily to Strengthen Your Mind

Comment on this blog and let me know which area you struggle with the most. Remember YOU ARE ENOUGH!