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Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired???

Have you ever been sick and tired of being sick and tired? I have. At one of the lowest points on my journey I felt like I couldn't do anything right, no matter how hard I tried. The cards were stacked against me and I was never going to be as good as the women around me. The moms who were so tuned in and had it all under control. The career women who were brilliant and killing it. I was trying to do both and failing miserably on all fronts. Except that I wasn’t failing at anything. It was all BS! I was a normal, flawed human who had little sense of self-worth. Those women I was comparing myself to? They weren’t real, I built them up to be superwomen.  I didn’t know any of this at the time,

For the Love of Galentine's

Yes, you read that right GALentines. Have you heard of it? The idea of Galentine’s Day came from Amy Poehler's character on Parks and Rec who wanted to celebrate female friendships. Women have been honoring their gal pals on February 13 ever since. I’m willing to wager that you are a good friend. You are loving, kind, supportive and listen to your friends talk about their hopes, dreams, and fears without criticism. But how are you with yourself? What does that little voice in the back of your head that runs on auto-pilot all damn day sound like? For many of the women I work with the voice sounds something like… “You cannot wear that” “Oh sh*t why did I say that? I’m such an idiot.” “I'm tota

Having Your Own Back

Most people don't show the world who they really are. Instead we wear a socially acceptable "mask" of how we want to be seen. Capable, smart, kind, generous, charming, successful, powerhouse, or like we have it all together. We are afraid if we reveal the real us with fears, doubts, struggles, or opinions we might be rejected. So we armor up by trying to be who we think we should be. And yet most of us know the sting of rejection and what it’s like to have our feelings hurt. So the armor doesn’t work. In response to this this topic, my brilliant friend Deb suggested that we might as well just love ourselves. The only way to really feel safe is to know and like who we are, then insults and ju

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