On my husband's 28th birthday, I to share an 'excerpt' from our wedding ceremony in which our officiant (my beautiful sister in law) read a paraphrased version of what Jay and I each shared with her about the things that we love
My head's been spinning from lots of questions recently. I'm sure that you're thinking that this list includes the 20385040 decisions that I have to make within the next month before my wedding, but those don't even fall on
This Mother's Day, I'd like to share some of the most important lessons that my mom taught me. These are the things that she drilled in to us repeatedly until they stuck. Does anyone else still hear their mom's voice
Partnership is about stepping IN and UP when your partner needs to step OUT and DOWN. True partnership is the bees mother f-ing knees. It's the best flavor of validation and as close as you can come to feel like a magic
The future is where hope resides. So, we need to walk right up to hope’s door and knock until we get let in. If that doesn't work, we'll just break the damn thing down. Either way, that door WILL open eventually.
You can't just shuffle your way through until you reach solid ground again because your knee deep in it and every step requires fighting the good fight. Quite frankly, it's exhausting, disheartening, a big blow to your ego
2016 demonstrated that life can often be an intricate web of "complicated." But, the highs wouldn't feel as high if you didn't know how the dips and drops feel. Light cannot exist as it does without darkness.
We each need to grasp onto the reigns of our own happiness. Even during the days when it feels like all of the reasons to smile are sucked out of the room with a vacuum, find one. Find a way to choose happiness every.damn.day.
The darker truths are always going to exist. Our tougher obstacles and all of our pain will try to harden us. It will try to swap out the lens that we see ourselves and our lives through. In the face of that, we just have to
It's grasping onto who you are, even if it sometimes requires doing so with two tight fists, while accepting that some small parts will slip through your fingertips. It’s leading a dedicated search for genuine peace