Three years ago, I sat at a table with a successful, smart, genuine woman at the BlogHer conference. I met many amazing women that weekend but this one said something to me that I’ve held close ever since. Her blog was huge, she was traveling the world sharing her message, and she had a book … Continue reading I turned “I can’t” into “I did” (without vomiting)
A few weeks ago, I decided to stop working out. If you've ever broken up with someone you loved because you knew the relationship wasn't healthy and/or sustainable and/or he stalked you, and though he never threatened you, your dad and brother did express the desire to inflict bodily harm on him... That's how it … Continue reading Workout Wednesday Vol. 20: When Rest is the Answer
I've been talking about how I really need to meditate for a while now. This makes me kind of hate myself because I have very limited patience for people who talk about stuff instead of actually doing it. If you read my rant about all the people who hate Maria Kang then you already know … Continue reading Ten Minutes A Day For A Month
I didn't know whether I wanted kids. That's what I'm talking about in essay I read at Boulder's Listen To Your Mother Show. Here is a link to my talk, "The Joy of Pregnancy." It seemed fitting that I should talk about pregnancy on stage, just two weeks shy of my due date. You will … Continue reading Listen To Your Mother 2014: My talk and a challenge.
This is not a Canva tutorial. I muddled my way through Canva, using mostly trial and error, and I have created a total of one hopefully share-able graphic. Dan is really good at computers. I'm not. Ever since I met him, he's taken on the role of 24 hour on call technical support person. There … Continue reading The Lessons I Never Expected Canva to Teach Me