Do you track your menstrual cycle and energy levels throughout your cycle? In the past, I’ve tracked my period, but haven’t recorded other information related to my cycle. Then I read The Lazy Genius Kendra Adachi’s newsletter a while back,… Read More »How to Track Your Menstrual Cycle and Energy Levels
Motherhood is difficult, and for many women the transition is hard, which is why I’m sharing these self-care tips for stay-at-home moms this week. Last week, I shared my top self-care tip for stay-at-home moms. Daily quiet rest time has… Read More »Try These Vitally Important Self-Care Tips for Stay-at-Home Moms
Establishing a daily quiet rest time is my #1 self-care tip for stay-at-home moms of preschoolers. Parenting is hard. It’s hard for moms and dads, working parents and stay-at-home parents. It’s hard for extroverts and introverts, and it’s hard if… Read More »Quiet Rest Time: #1 Self-Care Tip for Stay-at-Home Moms
I’ve been writing about self-care for six months. As I reflected recently on the posts I’ve written, a common theme began to emerge. I’ve written about how you need to go to bed, moving for physical and mental health, shutting… Read More »What Would Mom Do? A Primer on Parenting Yourself
Although I don’t believe self-care should be the commercialized money machine it has become, I do think there is a way to spend money strategically for self-care. I’ve written before about the importance of asking for help. Sometimes, we need… Read More »How to Spend Money Strategically for Self-Care
I’m so pleased to welcome my friend, Leanna Hampton, to the blog this week to share simple spiritual habits for daily life. Leanna writes beautiful posts that encourage me in my faith and walk with God. This week, she’s encouraging… Read More »Spiritual Habits for Daily Life
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about how to build community after a big life transition. After my third child was born, I needed more consistent female companionship. I decided to organize a Dinner Club to build the community… Read More »How to Start a Dinner Club and Create Community
When COVID-19 hit the United States in March of 2020, everything changed. As the world shut down – schools, restaurants, bars, gyms, churches, even playgrounds – daily life shifted dramatically. That was all true for Ashley Kellner, a Retail Account… Read More »Lessons Learned from Life & Leadership
Colleen Cook loves her role as Director of Operations at a marketing agency. Her work energizes her, and taking on a challenging leadership role has helped her to identify her superpowers.
The thing is, you don’t have to spend a weekend in Vegas to enjoy time away with your friends. A weekend with your girlfriends provides a respite from your normal life, deepened friendships, and extended time for conversation.