Announcing The EMM Podcast!
You guys! I did a thing! I released perfection AND a podcast! Aaaaah! I'm so excited!
This has been over two years in the making. Why? Because I was trapped in a "need" for perfection: perfect conditions, perfect resources, and the perfect words.
So I'm calling BS. BS on myself and any of you who find yourselves stuck in the same place. Whatever it is you want to do, give yourself permission to get it done. Listen in below. Sign up to receive them all right to your inbox here. It *should* be available via Apple Podcast soon. I'm double checking that's all in order.
Last week I showed how out of sorts my office was (without showing pictures of the worst part - the filing cabinet). The time has come for the big reveal!
So I did this thing. If you follow me on social media, you know that I let a professional organizer loose in my office. The space was cluttered and unorganized - two things I cannot stand. It was a reflection of my once scattered self. That scattered-ness could not go with me into the next level.
Mamas, I just want to remind you that you are a badass. A freaking badass unicorn.
P.S. You’re probably not imagining it.
Have you ever felt so aligned to something that you know beyond a shadow of a doubt you are doing exactly what you should be doing? Do you ever reach a point where you are suddenly so clear on where you’re going that your past struggle to get it all together makes total sense?
Projecting. We all do it sometimes. But what do we do when someone else projects and dumps all their own stuff all over us? Can we actually use it to help ourselves?
You are not stuck. No matter how real it looks and feels, you are not stuck. Sometimes we need someone to help us shift the car out of neutral and back into drive. Stop idling and start living!
The momentum is crazy and amazing and just fantastic. So buckle up, make sure you're plugged in, and hop on this train as it leaves the station.
It's go time.
Matt and I have been married for 10 years. Side note: we totally share an anniversary with Chip and Joanna Gaines - just five years later. Cool, huh? We were not quite two weeks past college graduation. I was 21 and he was 23. We were practically babies. We've learned, grown, and gone through a lot during that time.
You are allowed to grow and shift and change. It doesn't matter if it upsets others or makes them uncomfortable. You have to live with yourself. You are the one listening to your own thoughts 24/7. YOU need to be happy with you. Running away is never the answer, but finding the courage to grow forward is.