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March 1, 2020

What if you stopped trying to ‘keep all the balls in the air’?

Lots of moms are feeling the pressure from all sides. And a big part of the pressure is US wanting to do it all, to feel as capable as we were before our babies came along. But there's also an often unspoken, insidious belief that we should be able to keep all the balls in the air and say yes to everyone's requests, like a good, caring person. I started to question my beliefs about how I should be showing up in my new role as mother-wife-business owner-friend-human. Is this belief of needing to keep all the balls in the air stemming from an internal place? Or is this a societal belief? Should I be asking for more help? How do I even begin to do that when it's a new and foreign skill I've yet to master?
February 6, 2019

5 Words That Helped Me Finally Enforce My Boundaries

As an outgoing introvert, I’ve always struggled with setting boundaries around my time and energy. Knowing my physical and mental limits hasn’t come naturally, and the costs of not knowing my limits have been extreme exhaustion, stress, burnout, resentment and […]