Last night over dinner, my 6-year-old had this conversation with her Papa: Papa: "So what did you learn at school today?" Ellie: "Nothing; we just play." (insert shock at him for thinking they actually learn). Papa: "How do you learn all the things you know about then?" Ellie: "From Mommy and Daddy and things I make up." Papa: "What do you mean 'make up'?" Ellie: "I make … [Keep Reading...]
What image does "mama" bring to you? To me, it's family. I take motherhood seriously, and this is a place for all parents (daddies included) to be motivated, challenged, and encouraged to create the family atmosphere you are excited to come home to.
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This last week, we had a 48 Days Coaching with Excellence event out at my parent's property. Many of you know my role with 48 Days, and in this event, we work with people to see how coaching can be a viable part of their business. I speak on DISC … [Keep Reading...]
Recently, on the popular blog "Confessions of a Terrible Husband," Nick Pavlidis shared about how to have an argument-free marriage. My first inclination is that a marriage without disagreements isn't a very deep one. However...I then read deeper … [Keep Reading...]
Tip #5: Make LOVE, Not War! Warning. This will be oversharing. As you know already, I'm a bit of an open book. So open, in fact, that when asked in a podcast interview "what have you done consistently for the past three years," the first response … [Keep Reading...]
Tip #4: "Growability" is a Powerful Thing "Growability" is Nathan's invented word. I like it - it fits. Essentially, don't just admit when you're wrong...grow from it. One of the lines from our family creed states: "We believe in the power of … [Keep Reading...]
When I first met my husband, I was a fickle nineteen-year-old ready to party all the way through college. I didn't take him seriously. But he drew me in - there was something about him. He was authentic. He was humble. He was sweet and caring. … [Keep Reading...]