I have come to realize is that motherhood just can’t change the fact that I am an introvert. And it is perfectly okay to be an introvert. We just have to accept it and manage.
Realizing that I am an introvert and not anti-social had to be one of the most freeing moments in my adult life. It has helped me to be a better me.
You were the child I did not plan, but the one who saved my life. You made me grow up and grow into myself. You were a part of a way bigger plan.
Reading is fundamental! And it’s fun, when you find something you like!
I am winning because meal planning makes it easier to eat healthier, save on trips to the store, and keep within the budget.
Growing can be fun if you do it right. Maybe you are not sure what you could be doing to grow in the new year? I’ve got 8 tips that you can do with or without a budget!
My fitness journey is like a on again, off again relationship. It’s unhealthy and emotionally driven. I don’t know how to get out of that cycle. But what I do know how to do is get back on it and right now that is what I am doing. Kenya gets fit. I’m focused.
The last three years have been pretty awesome when I took the time to reflect over them and see what I stated I wanted to accomplish at the top of the year. I plan to do it again in 2017 and I am giving you the tools to do it too!
I start a new reading list every year. Some books are just so good that you have to read them again. Here I share three of my favs.
Who needs a new year to make resolutions, when you have 365 days to choose from? I don’t make new years resolutions, and here is why.
There is nothing worse than a person who is unable or unwilling to be their authentic self. I am giving myself the gift of authenticity. Probably one of the best ever!