Anger Issues and the Yelling Mom

I’ll be the first to admit I have a temper. As I shared on the podcast, I’m the kind of person who enjoys a good fight. While my penchant for conflict served me well in the career world, it’s not as appealing within the walls of my home. I first...
Why You Should Learn to Fight Well

Why You Should Learn to Fight Well

  When I got married I was addicted to adrenaline, and it wasn’t from skydiving or bungee jumping.  It’s a little embarrassing, but it’s true: I got a rush from fighting. I call it my “justice rush”. When there’s a cause to...
How to Reset a Bad Day

How to Reset a Bad Day

This week on Uniquely Woman,  Lisa and I discuss ways to step back and breathe, get perspective, and take charge of your emotions. We’ll discuss how to look up and ahead, cultivate gratitude, and pour out your heart to God – not vent to the nearest...

The Truth About the Confident Girl

This may be the most transparent post I’ve ever written, and I’m a little uncomfortable writing it. Yet I think there are many women who can identify with what I’m about to say. I’m going to tell you the truth about the confident girl. I am one...
How to Find the Song In Your Struggle

How to Find the Song In Your Struggle

This post is from the archives. This morning Josh and I went for a run. Let me preface this with a fact: I hate to run. My friend Taylor recently completed the Richmond Marathon, and I have so much admiration for her accomplishments in the world of running. I,...