"And every day, the world will drag you by the hand, yelling, “This is important! And this is important! And this is important! You need to worry about this! And this! And this!”

 

And each day, it’s up to you to yank your hand back, put it on your heart and say, “No. This is what’s important.”

- Iain Thomas

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Unlearning SuperMom

Ready to hang up your cape?

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Every morning, women around the world

put on their SuperMom capes.

They leap into action - taking care of the kids, building their careers, running the house,

volunteering, listening, helping, serving..... on and on and on.

Doing it all and making it look easy.

But inside, we've lost ourselves.  We are busy, stressed out, sick and overwhelmed like never before.

Unlearning SuperMom is the journey of hanging up our capes

and focusing on our Selves.

It's about making choices instead of living on auto-pilot.

It's about saying no and making ourselves a priority.

It's the moment to moment choice to live intentionally.

Welcome!  We're so glad you're here.

June 16, 2015

There it was, staring me in the face.

Meditate.

In black ink, right between “laundry” and “pack lunches” on the daily to-do list.

It had been there every day for the past month; the one item that wasn’t getting checked off.

“Meditate” was starting to feel disregarded. It pointed it’s “i” at me accusingly – “You talk about meditating all the time! You know it’s good for you. Why aren’t you doing it?!”

And I had a million reasons – early morning wasn’t working. Even though I get up at 5am, it’s still a hustle to get out the door on time. Doing it at work wasn’t happening beca...

June 3, 2015

Zosia: Mom, when you lean over the tub like that, your butt looks soo……..biiiiiig………and you know I mean… faaaa………

This moment could have gone a million different ways. If it was any other day I might be telling you a very different story; maybe one of anger, one of hilarity, or maybe one of sadness and hurt. But on this particular day, in this particular moment, I was fully conscious to an opportunity.

This is a love story.

Me: Do you want to say it sweetheart? I know we’ve talked about this before, and I’ve told you that “fat” isn’t a nice word and that we don’t say it,...

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