A Sense of Goodness

Made with Canva goodness: /ˈɡo͝odnəs/ the quality of being morally good or virtuous. I’ve been having conversations with my husband about our childhood and the traditions we experienced. We’ve explored how the folks in our generation have let go of some traditions and experiences because of the trauma some of us have experienced. We are… Continue reading A Sense of Goodness


Reframing and Living

I recently presented my Challenging Dysfunctional Beliefs presentation this past Thursday. I usually host workshops around self-care and self-compassion, but I decided to start using my coaching skills to host presentations. I chose to present on dysfunctional beliefs for several reasons, but mostly because while doing research and presenting, I find it healing and the… Continue reading Reframing and Living

Intentional Relationships

In the latest episode of The Middle Child Podcast, I discussed my intentions with relationships I want to gain in the future. This past year has taught me that we all have expectations and intentions for others, but we don’t often communicate them. We get upset when people don’t meet those expectations. We may end… Continue reading Intentional Relationships

Time to Experiment with Failure

Photo by Anete Lusina on Pexels.com I’ve been using The Pattern app recently as a suggestion from a friend. It’s usually spot on about things that have come up in my personal and professional life. I’ve come to a point in my life where I’m working to prioritize happiness and joy so that I can… Continue reading Time to Experiment with Failure

Self-Care Beyond Sunday Recap

Photo by Taryn Elliott on Pexels.com I’ve been gone for a while but now I’m back. I survived the wedding planning and got back to work after the wedding. We didn’t go on our honeymoon because my husband was in the middle of a job transition, so we’re going to hold off for another year.… Continue reading Self-Care Beyond Sunday Recap