Here at Warrior Woman, we do NOT play small. We are Fierce. We are Fiery. We are Feminine. You are meant for big, massive, amazing things. YOU are meant for greatness. You are a no-nonsense, take no excuses, inspirational, sassy, fun-loving, and SO ON FIRE woman. Join the Warrior Woman movement. Be the warrior.
How do you get from feeling angry and frustrated to the point of tears, to finding the fun and joy in the mess?
It may go without saying, but parenting has… changed in the last few decades. We worry about organic, or not organic; public school, homeschool, or private school; McDonalds is of the devil; American cheese is, well, unamerican… and not good enough for MY kid. But these are all superficial. I won’t be getting into those… Continue reading Parenting Today’s Children
***Trigger Warning: Suicide & Depression*** I was almost not here. Today has been filled with so many emotions, many of them conflicting. I saved face for my kids for as long as I could, but tonight, as I held Sam after he had fallen asleep in my arms, I cried big sobbing tears.… Continue reading 1 year ago today…
If you’ve been in the self-help world for any amount of time, you’ve probably heard the phrase “Inner Child” at least a million times. What the heck is it, though? What does it mean? Storytime- I walked to the front step of my home, and waited for the inevitable teasing of my numb face. I… Continue reading Your Inner Child
The kids are in school! The kids are gone by 8:30 every morning, the house is quiet, maybe you have a baby still and all you have to do is take care of him/her. Sure the kitchen counter is still crazy from making lunches, but that’ll take, what, 5 minutes to clean up instead of… Continue reading The Kids are in School
Self-care is all the rage right now, as you’ve probably figured out. Making sure to “take time for me” so you don’t burn out, or worse, hate everyone and everything that comes across your path until you’re forced to take a vacation by your employer or forced out on a girls night by your husband… Continue reading The Balancing Act: Self-Care and Hard Work
Today’s blog post is basically this: the entire christian world, maybe even the entire world, owes Martin Luther and other reformers our eternal gratitude and debt. They spoke their beliefs, and those beliefs and those changes, their suffering and their joy, were instrumental to SO MUCH that we enjoy in life. Whether you are religious… Continue reading Martin Luther 500 Years Ago
Marrying you was the best decision I ever made. You were funny, smart, sexy, and knocked me off my feet. I was head over heels for you, so when the opportunity came to marry you, I took it. And you did too. You are still all of those things. You provide for our family,… Continue reading Marrying You Was The Best Decision I Ever Made.
I have been deliberating on whether to post this ever since I saw the first “Me Too”. Abuse seems to happen so often, and yet, it is one of the hardest experiences to talk about. My first experience was when I was 4 or 5. We were sleeping at my Aunt’s house for either Thanksgiving… Continue reading Yes, Me too.
It’s 3AM in Paris, France. A place I have wanted to go since I first heard of the city. I’m sitting on my hotel bed, feeling the jet lag and NOT feeling tired because it is 7PM back home. My babies are all with my parents, starting to miss me, and beginning to feel the sadness that comes. I won’t be back home for 3 weeks, and while that isn’t very long, it feels like it will be forever.
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