The Obsession with Perfection

Obsession. Defined it is the domination of one’s thoughts or feelings by a persistent idea, image, desire, etc. or a persistent disturbing preoccupation with an often unreasonable idea or feeling. I can look back now and see my obsession to be perfect and succeed began as a young catholic girl who followed all the rules so I wouldn’t go to Continue Reading

Shift Your Season

Many of you read my last blog, “What I did with my dust” and there has been an overwhelming response of “me too” flooding my Facebook messenger, text and inbox. I admit, I felt nauseous and not just vulnerable, but NAKED vulnerable when I posted the blog. I really didn’t want to. I sat on it for three weeks, actually. Continue Reading

What I Did With My Dust

Almost exactly three years ago today, I sat holding my pregnant belly while weeping hysterically for God to make what I had found out all go away. The life that I had known, the family I had imagined for my baby girl and the future of my marriage were instantly obliterated beyond recognition in a matter of seconds. My reality Continue Reading

The 3 Step Process of Self-Sabotage

What does self-sabotage look like in your life? Perhaps you can relate to one of more of these examples: You eat a whole bag of chips or a container of ice cream while you mindlessly watch tv. You say the hurtful thing you know you shouldn’t say in the heat of the moment. You skip your workout five days in Continue Reading