The Brain Freefall

I have three wonderful kids and a military husband. When something hurts, I ignore it. I don’t have time for it. If that doesn’t work, I take some Ibuprofen. If that doesn’t work, I try harder to ignore it, and eventually it just becomes a normal everyday type of pain and I get used to it and move on - power through the pain. But what happens when it doesn’t get better? What happens when the pain and numbness in your left arm starts to spread, and it gets so bad you finally do something about it only to find out things are going to get so much worse before they get better?

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Space for Me

As women, I think we are often multi-tasking and trying to wear many hats. I experienced a season of extreme burnout in my life which led me to re-evaluate how I approached my life and consider the importance of my home as a sanctuary in the world.

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