I'm talking about what your life would look like without believing the lie that you are alone. Motherhood can get lonely. That overwhelm can come on quickly, and because most women are nurturers, we start to believe we can handle everything. Worst yet, we believe we can be everything for everyone.

My husband and I got married young. We spent almost six years together before having our first little boy. It wasn’t until my first pregnancy that I felt the conflict that eventually led me to you. A fire was lit in my heart to bring safe and effective skin care to Mamas, but I struggled […]

I believe you want to take care of yourself. Use this three step process. Learn what is important for you. Then embrace that intention. Cut out the toxic and the distraction. Value the important things enough to create the ritual, find the support and set it into motion.

Often in the morning, I never hear an alarm clock. Before it can even go off I have a newborn crying for my attention, a toddler asking for food and a house in disarray. “Being busy” can be overwhelming. I can easily be taken over by everything (and everyone) pulling my attention in several directions. […]

Self-care is more pure joy, more grace for yourself and mindfulness. It is preventative. What are we preventing? That icky state we fall into when our lives no long feel intentional, illness and being worn thin

We can all agree that a spa day once a month and getting our nails done sounds lovely. But, how much of “spoiling ourselves” is true to the concept of self-care? I’d like to share one of my recent experiences. Postpartum has brought a great deal of change to my life, as it should. We […]

  The sun’s peeking through my blinds and my toddler’s already asking for, “three manananasss pleaseeee,” as I emerge from my bed. While my newborn coos and stretches, I follow suit. Before my coffee, before checking my phone, I’m off to the bathroom to wash my face. It hasn’t always been this way. With everything/ […]

I would spend every weekend at the beach.

For the first few years of my marriage, I lived on Curacao. Curacao is a small island in the mediterranean off of the north coast of Venezuela. I would spend every weekend at the beach. Laying by the blue water out on the white sand it was easy to forget to re-apply my sunscreen. Regretfully, […]