While watching the news on yesterday, I couldn't help but listen intently at how the French Open was failing one of it's biggest stars, Naomi Osaka. This young lady had willingly made herself vulnerable and human by telling her employer that she suffered from depression. Her cry for help was so loud, that instead of... Continue Reading →
Sunday is my last day to recharge and reset for the beginning of the work week ahead. This week, I plan to practice more mindfulness and being more intentional with my thoughts and words. What about? Any tips that you can share with me about how you prep for the new week?
Recently, I had the unfortunate and fortunate privilege of hearing some of my closest family and friends say things that made me realize how important it is to just check on with your loved ones. Especially, the ones that don't say much or don't ask for much. I said that it was unfortunate because I... Continue Reading →
As I head into a new week, I am committing at least 10 hours of my next 5 days, to intentional self-care. It has been on my list of things to do, but as a mom, it tends to get shuffled to the end of the list or off of the list completely. Some ideas... Continue Reading →