My Business Is Struggling. What Do I Do?

The digital age has made entrepreneurship accessible for more women than ever before. Every day, our social media feeds are jammed with shiny images of women who are creating more money and time for themselves than ever before. You started your business thinking you’d be the next poster child for entrepreneurial or freelance freedom... But … Continue reading My Business Is Struggling. What Do I Do?

I Plan Everything Carefully. Why Am I Not Making Progress?

I enjoy regular Friday dates with my Danielle Laporte Desire Map planner — my favorite planning tool I speak to dozens of motivated, visionary women each month, and one common thread ties them all together: everyone loves to plan.  Whether it’s bullet journaling, a day planner, a complex calendar app or wall chart galore — … Continue reading I Plan Everything Carefully. Why Am I Not Making Progress?

Your Breakthrough Is Closer Than You Think—And Here’s Why

2020 has been dubbed a year of breakthrough. No matter what community, group, church, or faith you belong to ... you’ve probably heard at least one person proclaiming this is a breakout year. Or a special year. Or a double portion year. Or any one of a number of other wonderful-sounding things. Maybe you’ve even … Continue reading Your Breakthrough Is Closer Than You Think—And Here’s Why

What To Do When People Criticize Your Big Dream?

Most women I know underestimate how strong they really are.  As I speak with women (and even men!), hearts open and tales pour out—tales of abuse, neglect, lack, frustration, missed opportunities, lost love, and setbacks. Yet through it all, the individuals who own these courageous stories have survived, and lived to fight another day. The … Continue reading What To Do When People Criticize Your Big Dream?

I’m Making 2020 A Goal-Free Year. Here’s Why.

“This resurrection life you received from God is not a timid, grave-tending life. It’s adventurously expectant, greeting God with a childlike “What’s next, Papa?” -- Romans‬ ‭8:15‬ ‭MSG‬‬   2020 is the first year in my entire adult life that I have not set goals. Not a single one. In any category. My life has … Continue reading I’m Making 2020 A Goal-Free Year. Here’s Why.

Self-Love Is Not the Key to Achieving Your Dreams. Here’s Why.

If you want to achieve your Biggest Dreams and heart’s desires ... you’ve got to start by believing you’re lovable and worthy of having what you want. It sounds simple, but often we stall ourselves on getting what we want when we’re not sure we deserve what we want.Cultivating self-love and self-worth is a critical … Continue reading Self-Love Is Not the Key to Achieving Your Dreams. Here’s Why.

The Gift of Discomfort: Receiving Your Present (Moment) with Joy

“Refuse to worry about tomorrow, but deal with each challenge that comes your way, one day at a time. Tomorrow will take care of itself.” —Matthew‬ ‭6:34‬ ‭TPT‬‬ “To offer no resistance to life is to be in a state of grace, ease, and lightness. This state is then no longer dependent upon things being … Continue reading The Gift of Discomfort: Receiving Your Present (Moment) with Joy

5 Mental Blocks that Keep Us from Receiving Our Heart’s Desires

Jesus said ... “When you continue to embrace all that I teach, you prove that you are my true followers. For if you embrace the truth, it will release more freedom into your lives.” - John 8:31-32 When it comes to our desires, we all have a head full of reasons why they can’t come to pass. … Continue reading 5 Mental Blocks that Keep Us from Receiving Our Heart’s Desires

10 Hallmarks of a Truly Free(d) Spirit

Everyone loves a free spirit, and as modern women, many of us (at least secretly) want to be one! But here's the big secret: being free doesn't mean we've actually been freed.Our Instagram feeds are stuffed daily with beautiful photos advocating a glamorously non-conformist "bohemian" lifestyle. While the sum total of what it means to … Continue reading 10 Hallmarks of a Truly Free(d) Spirit

Finding Freedom from Emotional Eating

For most of my life, I wouldn’t have said I had an eating disorder.  To me, “eating disorders” were things like anorexia and bulemia: big, life-altering struggles that required the intervention of doctors, therapists and pastors.  I never realized that every time I ran to the fridge for a snack when I felt sad, or … Continue reading Finding Freedom from Emotional Eating