in the midst of crisis, ev.er.y.thing is hard. (read: impossible).
do you know the feeling of wading in a stream or river wearing flip-flops? every step is a battle of mud verses inner-toe-strength.
i experienced this feeling in the weeks after our separation. even small, simple tasks loomed large. every step forward was a battle. life zoomed at its normal pace, but i couldn’t keep up. keep reading…
if there is one person who is rocking this whole juggling being a wife/friend/momma/badass boss thing, it is my sweet friend, Sarah. sarah is a momma of three boys under 3 (yeah… i know). ev, bear, and baby huck keep this momma’s hands, days, and heart full. i’m continually amazed at how well and intentional she is with her time–with her friends, her kiddos, and her hubby. BONUS. sarah has an incredible story of how one beachbody challenge changed her life. so each month, she leads people through a fitness challenge group. follow sarah on instagram (because she will kick your butt with encouragement, truth, and challenges every day). and sign up for one of her challenge groups, here.
i asked sarah to pop over and share a handful of tips on how to own summer instead of letting the summer own you:
do you ever get stuck on the spin cycle?
something circumstantial leads you down the well-worn trail of fear, anxiety, uncertainty, and doubt.
a break up. job loss. harsh words from someone you adore. unwarranted criticism. a divorce. a friendship falling apart. distant family relationships.
everything seems to scream that you’re not: keep reading…
we remember the firsts.
our first day of school.
our first kiss.
the first time you exchange I love you’s.
his first step.
her first word.
the first day at your new job.