Posts Tagged“anxiety”

“When you are willing to feel it, you will heal it.” I used to be pretty bad at handling my emotions. I’ve gotten better at it, but at times they still get the best of me. I am human after all. That quote has pretty much become my mantra that I say every morning since I miscarried. Realizing that I can’t push these feelings aside and that it’s ok to be sad, angry, move on, be happy, and sad again…I know it’s all part of the healing process. I’ve been pretty well for the most part, but for the last…

Anxiety + stress is a b**** I had quite a night. E fell pretty hard off her bed into a nightstand and then face first on to the hardwood. Which led to an ER visit and now headed to a dentist. She’s somewhat ok & thankfully didn’t have a concussion. If you’re a parent, you know how much it sucks to see your baby hurt. When there’s so much blood and you can’t tell where it’s coming from. Add anxiety & a child that hates going to the doctor… All I wanted this morning was junk food. I was seriously…

Feeling sassy! ;)

Before the summer started, I promised myself that I would wear my first ever bikini. While some of that is because I wanted to prove to myself that I can be a fit mom of three, but the biggest part was that I knew when I finally put that bikini on, it meant I has reached the point where I was most confident in myself. I got into that swimsuit, dgaf what others thought, and played on the beach and got in the water with my kids. This picture shows a physical transformation, but I am most proud of my…

More likely than not, if you’re reading this, you’re a friend, or someone who has seen my transformation and wants to know how I got to where I am. I usually give a generic answer: I was feeling terrible; I gained so much weight; I want my kids to have a healthy role model, etc. All of that is true, but my true reason, my deep down, makes-me-cry-and-motivates-me “why,” is so much more. I have three amazing children that I love more than they will ever know. They are my light in my sometimes stormy world. Except for my family,…