Change Your Inner Dialogue

Positive change begins with your inner dialogue. Be kind to yourself. Encouraging to yourself. Forgiving, grateful, and loving. When we believe the devil’s lies, we start down a dark path of doubt, fear, lack of self worth, and unhealthy patterns. If you truly want change, it has to start with your inner dialogue. The inner


Confidence. It can be the difference between seizing an opportunity, or missing an opportunity. For me, confidence has been the difference between staying in Corporate America in a job that made me miserable and leaving to become a stay-at-home-mom. And the difference between having a piece of paper in my hand that said I was certified

Motivation Monday: When God Nudges Us

Throughout this past week, my boys and I filled two shoe boxes with various art supplies, books, toys, and underwear for Operation Christmas*. We chose to make one box for a girl aged 5-9, and one box for a boy also aged 5-9. Around mid-week, I was unbuckling my 2 year old from his car seat, when

A Month of Thanksgiving

It’s November. How is it possibly November already?! Is time going by at warp speed for everyone else? October is certainly my favorite month of the year, but that period between Halloween and Thanksgiving holds a dear place in my heart as well. I love Thanksgiving. I love that it’s about family, food, and presence…not presents.

Comparison is a THIEF of JOY

“Comparison is a thief of joy” –unknown. This may be the truest quote I’ve ever found. It makes me think of two kids—the first is thrilled about the carrot sticks and ranch dressing she’s been given as a snack….until she looks over and sees her brother was given a cookie. Suddenly, her snack is an

Be A Blessing

I couldn’t fall asleep the other night. Shortly before going to bed, I read and shared a status update from one of my favorite Christian artists, Chris Tomlin: Life is so much better when you focus on being a blessing instead of being blessed. Wow. That was certainly meant for me to see as I

Real Fast Food

Maybe it’s because I just drove up to New Hampshire and back this past weekend, but I feel so inspired recently to make it my personal mission to prove the fastest food is healthy food. It won’t be elaborate recipes obviously, but I guarantee it will be more satisfying than the crap they sell at

Friday Motivation!

Friday Motivation! This is SO true! I saw a variation of this idea written in a fellow Sweat Pink ambassador’s comment, and re-worded it. It reminds me of Rachel’s shocking reveal on Biggest Loser, and how almost every woman I know (including myself) has gotten to their lowest weight by some really unhealthy methods like starvation.

Sweat is…

I saw this quote on Twitter the other night and thought it was hilarious—and true! LOVE IT!!! Using the iPhone app, Over, I used an up-close shot of my yoga pants as a background and reworded it slightly.