Hello lovelies! I am a bit late in publishing this post, but I have been intentionally taking a breather this last week. Some of you may have seen that I had a rough week last week. I felt like I needed to take step back and regroup, spend time cultivating my family life and just enjoy being in the moment. So, that’s what I did. I still poured over all my favorite blogs and found some new ones, because I enjoy it! This week I am feeling refreshed and relaxed…inspired. So, thank you all for being the wonderful community of women that I can look forward to being part of. I hope you enjoy these posts that I was inspired by this week.
Selfie Challenge: Love Yourself on the First Take – A Welder’s Wife
I have share Erin’s blog before, but I had to share this post. Erin has taken her blog to a new level and I am so inspired with each and every post. Erin challenges us here to stop hiding behind the filters in our life. Take a picture of yourself…only one…and share it with boldness. Love yourself and stop letting society dictate what is beautiful. She shares very interesting statistics with us and even has a hashtag you can use to tag your selfies. Be sure to check it out and take your selfie!
24 Reasons Why Having Less Stuff Can Make You a Happier Person – Fresh Start On a Budget
Karissa is another blogger who has challenged me to be a better person. I love her organizational posts and this one doesn’t disappoint. I have been trying to implement a more minimalist lifestyle and this post was such an inspiration for me. There are many posts out there that tell you to declutter, get rid of more stuff, and even what to get rid of. But Karissa tells us the why we need to have less, why should we care? I found it so encouraging and I think you will too.
When Motherhood Causes You to Forget To Dream – You Are More
I recently found Ally on Instagram and fell in love with the idea behind her blog. I have since followed all of her accounts… I’ve been longing to be more intentional with my mothering, but also to find my true self worth along the way. In this beautiful post, Ally reminds us mothers that it is ok to keep dreaming, that it is necessary. When we are young, we have so many dreams and visions for our life. Sometimes when we become mothers, we feel like we need to put everything aside and become almost like a martyr. But this is not what we were meant for…we were meant for more.