“through hard things and to the other side”
“Just remember, it won’t always feel like this. Your story is
far from over!
My heart’s desire is to help others through hard things and to the other side.
But I’m not here to sell you
sunshine and rainbows.
Having navigated my fair share of life’s curve balls (cancer survivor, infertility, widow, single mom) I’ve come to understand that hard things change us. They just do. And they should. But what now? How do we pick up the pieces that are left and write a new story? How do we reconcile what we thought was going to be with what now is? How do we come to a place of acceptance and surrender and let God do a new thing?
Through the blend of authenticity, faith, and humor, I love to break down ideas and leave you with practical steps to shift your perspective and experience real change, knowing you are not alone in the journey before, during and after hard things.
Win the Day with
If we were friends (which I hope we soon are), you would quickly discover I’m a mom to two incredible kids and have a faith with roots that’s carried me through. I’m taco obsessed and a creative (yet over) thinker with a constant drive to improve. I love the beach, cold brew, a good meme and all things enneagram (have you figured out I’m a 1 yet?).
If you’re looking for a girl that has it all figured out, you’ve come to the wrong place. I’m the anti-expert, actually. But I don’t quit easy. It may get messy, but this is a space that holds me to authenticity and I hope the same for you. We take things one day at a time around here so let’s walk through this, together.
Win the Day
Hard things change us.
They just do.
And they should.
But what now?
How do we pick up the pieces that are left and write a new story? How do we come to a place of acceptance with our new self? And what does it look like to win the day, even in the mess?
Life meets us all with challenges. Some hard things are small while others clear our path and bring us to our knees. But even still, even in the mess, we have a choice to embrace who we are becoming.
Your heart ache is not a surprise to God…but neither is what comes next.