Healing Generational Trauma

There’s something about having children of your own that causes you to carefully analyze your own upbringing. Or maybe taking off the rose-colored glasses is part of finally becoming your

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The Identity Crisis of Isolation – How to Feel Stable in a Season of Instability

Overnight our cultural values of busyness, activity and looking forward to the weekend became obsolete. Now every day feels like a weekend, we are restricted from activity, and it’s impossible

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The Government’s Gift of Quarantine

We’ve long known that our society is sick. Brain fog. Overwhelm. Depression. Anxiety. Toxic stress. Busyness. Lack of sunlight. Low immunity. Addiction. Discontent. The root of all these problems is

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How Moms Who Work Outside the Home Are Winning

Being a mom who works outside the home is hard. Plain hard. It is a division of your time, your energy, your focus. A division of your loyalty. It is,

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The Small Kid No-Screen Roadtrip

We drive a lot. It is a function of our life. Up until recently, we lived rural and needed to drive an hour for groceries. Our friends and family are

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Why I Quit My Job

Being a teacher was fulfilling. I was good at it. I gave it all my spare thoughts. Not because I was obligated to, but because I wanted every student to win at school. Why would I quit something I loved?

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