The more I think about it, the more I recognize the residual trauma from my childhood is clouding my ability to be happy where I worked to be. The scarcity mentality is holding me back and I’m working to get past it. Hopefully through me, you can too.
It’s true that chasing your dreams isn’t something that comes with a workbook or a guide. You’re own there alone trying to navigate the waters with the hope that it all turns out right. That
In an effort to spread the love and do my part to make sure my mama tribe is in the loop, today’s post is a list of some of my favorite kid items to date.
Giving fear the freedom to dictate our steps puts something else in charge of when and how our successes come to us. Are you willing to put someone else in charge of how you spend your day, your time, or your money? Then stop letting fear do the same.
Investing in yourself makes you more dedicated to the work. You feel empowered when you start to see things coming to fruition. By giving yourself the gift of pouring into you – the win feels greater.
In my early twenties I spent too much time shaming myself and my tomboy ways. Wishing I had been a girl inclined to sitting pretty instead of skating down the stairs. As I settle into my thirties now I recognize more and more, there’s no shame in our scars.
Leslie Antonoff says, “When creating content I work overtime to get companies, brands, publicists, et al; to recognize that “diversity and inclusion” can’t just be a catch phrase but it must be an action.” More on The Hautemommie!
It’s been quite some time since I’ve delved into what I do to keep my moneymaker looking top notch. We’re talking skincare today friends. As a kid I often asked my mother if I could