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When Insecurity Strikes, it Helps to Know You’re Not Alone

Sometimes insecurity can sneak up on us when we least expect it. I was at an amazing conference not even a week ago, and while I had a few minor issues and spent most of the trip being really busy, I felt good about the work I was doing. And then, like that, I was caught off guard by some unexpected news that sent me into a tailspin of insecurity.…Read More

Finding Your Tribe

They are the people I’m dancing with in silly videos, the women I post funny photos with, and the people in my life who have long talks with me after our kids go to bed. They are the ones who make me laugh so hard I cry, and the ones who make me laugh when I’m crying.  They are also the people who challenge me, who bring me back to…Read More

What We Can Learn About Courage from My 6-Year-Old

I stood at the top of the scariest ride at the waterpark in Boise. I waited in a clear tube, closed my eyes, and waited for the countdown to reach one, which was when the ground beneath me would disappear like a trap door and my body would plummet down the slide. My heart raced, and all I could think about was how my little 6-year-old daughter somehow just did…Read More

Why I’ll Never Use Shame as a Tool for Motivation

My entire business started because my body wasn’t what it used to be after I had my kids. I had a hard time with the changes that my body experienced, and often had trouble looking at myself in the mirror as a result. Through the work I put in to make my body something I loved again, I also had to undergo a lot of changes in my mind. Those…Read More

My Sister Was Diagnosed with Leukemia at Age 3

I hope you have tissues ready, because I cried and teared up a lot when telling this story with my dad and sister. I brought in my little sister, who is 27 now, who had leukemia when she was three years old. I also brought in my dad to tell the story of how she got diagnosed, because I was too young to remember a lot of it. My parents…Read More