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Today I am Enough
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We are all more connected and alike than we realize. As you learn this, and hear stories of other people you will realize that we can learn so much from each other. Our stories may be completely different, but we can still find something that may touch us in an unexpected way. While we take opportunities to learn from each other, we will better be able to learn about ourselves. When we hear other people sharing their stories, and the hardship, the joy, the connection they gained from their experiences, we start to discover our own story and what it can do for ourselves and for other people. You will begin to see your own story and how it's developed throughout your life. You will begin to see it's beauty. It may seem simple, or complex, but it is yours to own and love and fly with.

Latest Episodes

Ep #22 | Erica Kiefer | Our Borrowed Angel

Today, Erica talks about her Borrowed Angel, and finding light in loss that was never anticipated. Erica is the mother of 5, and an accomplished author.She has a tender story about her oldest son Ty, and losing him at 4 1/2 months unexpectedly. You will feel the grief, heartache, healing, and the peace that Erica shares through the process of losing and grieving. She talks about making sure her other 4 children know their older brother, and how they have brought her peace in her moments of grief.She has never recorded her story of Ty, but today you will hear the story of her Borrowed Angel. Erica is doing a giveaway to go along with the Podcast today! I'm so excited. Make sure to follow her social media followings and head over to her Instagram account to find out details on how to win her book, Borrowed Angel, and a beautiful necklace! Where to find Erica:Instagram, Facebook, Website

43 MINJAN 29
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Ep #22 | Erica Kiefer | Our Borrowed Angel

Ep #21 | Lori Sheets | Finding Our New Normal: Type 1 Diabetes

Type 1Diabetes is something that can be so scary. Only 3 in 1,000 kids have Type 1Diabetes, but those numbers are increasing. It can be devastating if it is not caught in time though. Lori shares her son, Grant's story with us. How they found out he had T1D, driving to the children's hospital, and how it changed their lives. Make sure that you know the warnings signs. T1D is a childhood autoimmune disease. Being more aware is empowering! Make sure you listen to know what to do and look for and how it can be manageable. The Sheet's have found a new normal and are happy and love their new normal. Warning signs: Drowsiness, Extreme Thirst, Frequent Urination, Fruity odor on the breath, Increased appetite, heavy breathing, sudden weight loss, sudden vision change, sugar in urine, or unconsciousness. JDRF: Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation is a great way to donate to help!

39 MIN2018 NOV 15
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Ep #21 | Lori Sheets | Finding Our New Normal: Type 1 Diabetes

EP #20 | Ganel-Lyn Condie | You Are Incredible

You are more than enough, you are incredible! Do you know that? Do you believe it? Today's episode will help and inspire you to KNOW this is true. Ganel-Lyn Condie is an amazing author and speaker who shares real, raw stories of life. She talks about her sisters suicide at age 40. She shares how each one of us is important and plays an important role. You'll be able to relate to her neighbor having incredible patience with her children in an unusual way. Ganel-Lyn is an author of several books. She speaks all over, and can be found uplifting those who follow her. You'll love following all her platforms. Find her here:website,Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

48 MIN2018 MAY 22
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EP #20 | Ganel-Lyn Condie | You Are Incredible

EP #19 | Emily Ames | Mothering With All My Heart

Henry had finally come and was doing well. He was ready to meet his three older siblings. Little did they know that the term congenital heart defect would become far to familiar. Emily, Henry's mom, and he were waiting for his older siblings. A nurse rushed in and told Emily that Henry had to be go to the NICU. Right. Away. The doctor was immediately on the phone to explain. Henry had congenital heart defect that needed to be repaired ASAP. The next several weeks become a whirlwind. There would be transportation to a children's hospital, surgery, and recovery with ups and downs. Through it all, Emily learned to love more fiercely, with all of her heart. Henry is doing great and is a thriving fun three year old now! Listen as Emily tells Henry's story, and her story. She tells us what it felt like to be his mother and what it was like for both of them. The heartache (literally) and the triumphs that were accomplished that changed so many lives in the process. Emily quotes Natalie Nor...

66 MIN2018 MAY 16
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EP #19 | Emily Ames | Mothering With All My Heart

EP #18 Holly Anderson | Learning to Raise Children with Special Needs

Holly Anderson is a mom of 4 kids. She never anticipated that she'd be raising special needs children. Holly is trying her best to serve and help other parents who have kids with autism. She has created a great space online to help families and parents. Her first child was born with a cleft pallet, lip and clubbed feet. He had weekly casts on his feet, surgeries. Second child is allergic to gluten. They found out when he was 1 year old, but no doctors could figure out the problem. Holly had a dream where she was told that he was allergic to gluten. She woke up researched, and took him off gluten, and he got better. Third daughter with lots of energy and adorable. Two year old has autism. This cute boy changed the way Holly and her husband parent. They threw everything out the window that they thought they knew about parenting. Holly's book recommendations: Five Love Languages Child Whisperer Connect with Holly: Website: Invest in Your Child Facebook: Invest in Your Child YouTube Cha...

46 MIN2018 APR 24
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EP #18 Holly Anderson | Learning to Raise Children with Special Needs

EP #17 Carly Peterson | Self Love & Mothering children with Depression & Anxiety

Over the past few years Carly has learned the ins and outs of mothering a depressed child. Her daughter has attempted suicide several times. Carly is learning about standing up for her child's rights. She's learning how she's helped her to heal too. Carly is learning to help her child to navigate through mental health struggles. She wants to help you know can do the same for your own children. Carly has walked through life struggling with weight and health. She eventually took over to her life! She learned how to not only become healthy, but also take time for herself each day emotionally and physically. Carly has learned the ins and outs of mothering a depressed child. She's learned about standing up for her child's rights. Carly is sharing how she's been able to teach her daughter to navigate through mental health struggles on her own. Carly has great tips on how you can do the same for your own children. Follow Carly's journey on her blog, Facebook, & Instagram.

40 MIN2018 APR 16
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EP #17 Carly Peterson | Self Love & Mothering children with Depression & Anxiety

EP #16 Evelyn Nelson | Life Lessons from Terminal Cancer

Evelyn is sharing her journey with breast cancer. It's been about 18 months since she was first diagnosed, and it's been quite the process. Things started off just great, and a few days after her first chemo treatment, things took a sudden turn. Evelyn became septic, and then went into a coma. She went into cardiac arrest, and had a near death experience she shares in the Podcast. After several weeks in a coma, even talks about the journey to learn to walk, talk, and other basics again. Soon she started chemo again, and was terrified. Four rounds of chemo would be done. However, in the end, the cancer spread to stage 4, and there became nothing more the doctors could do. Evelyn and her husband decided together that they would rather be together as a family as often as possible rather than have Evelyn going through treatments hoping to prolong her life a little bit longer than she may get otherwise. Evelyn radiates peace, and joy, and love. She is grateful for all she has in her life...

27 MIN2017 NOV 30
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EP #16 Evelyn Nelson | Life Lessons from Terminal Cancer

EP #15: Hilary Weeks | Focus on Being Positive

"When we focus on our positive thoughts, and dismiss the negative and don't give them any attention ... when a positive thought comes to your mind, build on it, expand on it." Hilary Weeks is a Christen singing who shares beautiful messages through her gift of singing. She shares her story of starting out as a new singer, and learning to cope with fear of performing, and being in front of auditoriums full of people ready to watch her. Hilary also shares her insights on staying positive, and how she learned for herself that focus on good thoughts will always help you more than focusing on the negative. You can find Hilary on her website, Facebook Page, and Instagram. Find out more about her event Live a Life You Love for dates, and prices.

22 MIN2017 NOV 22
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EP #15: Hilary Weeks | Focus on Being Positive

EP #14: Julie Bristow | Accepting & Embracing Mental Health Challenges

"I think letting your guard down and asking for help is one of the bravest things you can do. Humility = bravery in my mind. Some of the most courageous and brave acts is that ability to push away pride in order to show emotion, ask for help, let their guard down and just know we don't have to bottle up our feeling and pretend that we're okay if we don't feel okay." Julie was a happy, life loving, happy high schooler. One day at the beginning of her Senior year felt the effects of depression come on hard and fast at the age of 17. It was literally life changing. Julie talks about how living with severe depression and how she is learning to accept this part of her life and do the best she can. She still finds joy in her everyday, and talks about how she has helped her kids understand her limits. She also, makes sure to do what she can on her good days. Julie has accepted this as her reality, but doesn't let it stop her from finding joy, and seeing the good in her everyday life. You w...

79 MIN2017 SEP 22
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EP #14: Julie Bristow | Accepting & Embracing Mental Health Challenges

EP #13 | Love Your Life | Learning to Love Your Reflection

What do you see when you look in the mirror? How are you learning to love your reflection? What do you see when you look in the mirror? What do you say? On this episode of our Love Your Life Serieswe are going to talk about learning to love your reflection. I'm going to give you ways you can see the good in your reflection. We will talk about the importance of of seeing the good. What do you see in your reflection? How does it help or hinder you as you go about your day? You can see the good, and learn to focus on the good and gain confidence in your life. Make sure to follow along on Instagram so you never miss an episode.

23 MIN2017 SEP 7
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EP #13 | Love Your Life | Learning to Love Your Reflection
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Latest Episodes

Ep #22 | Erica Kiefer | Our Borrowed Angel

Today, Erica talks about her Borrowed Angel, and finding light in loss that was never anticipated. Erica is the mother of 5, and an accomplished author.She has a tender story about her oldest son Ty, and losing him at 4 1/2 months unexpectedly. You will feel the grief, heartache, healing, and the peace that Erica shares through the process of losing and grieving. She talks about making sure her other 4 children know their older brother, and how they have brought her peace in her moments of grief.She has never recorded her story of Ty, but today you will hear the story of her Borrowed Angel. Erica is doing a giveaway to go along with the Podcast today! I'm so excited. Make sure to follow her social media followings and head over to her Instagram account to find out details on how to win her book, Borrowed Angel, and a beautiful necklace! Where to find Erica:Instagram, Facebook, Website

43 MINJAN 29
Comments
Ep #22 | Erica Kiefer | Our Borrowed Angel

Ep #21 | Lori Sheets | Finding Our New Normal: Type 1 Diabetes

Type 1Diabetes is something that can be so scary. Only 3 in 1,000 kids have Type 1Diabetes, but those numbers are increasing. It can be devastating if it is not caught in time though. Lori shares her son, Grant's story with us. How they found out he had T1D, driving to the children's hospital, and how it changed their lives. Make sure that you know the warnings signs. T1D is a childhood autoimmune disease. Being more aware is empowering! Make sure you listen to know what to do and look for and how it can be manageable. The Sheet's have found a new normal and are happy and love their new normal. Warning signs: Drowsiness, Extreme Thirst, Frequent Urination, Fruity odor on the breath, Increased appetite, heavy breathing, sudden weight loss, sudden vision change, sugar in urine, or unconsciousness. JDRF: Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation is a great way to donate to help!

39 MIN2018 NOV 15
Comments
Ep #21 | Lori Sheets | Finding Our New Normal: Type 1 Diabetes

EP #20 | Ganel-Lyn Condie | You Are Incredible

You are more than enough, you are incredible! Do you know that? Do you believe it? Today's episode will help and inspire you to KNOW this is true. Ganel-Lyn Condie is an amazing author and speaker who shares real, raw stories of life. She talks about her sisters suicide at age 40. She shares how each one of us is important and plays an important role. You'll be able to relate to her neighbor having incredible patience with her children in an unusual way. Ganel-Lyn is an author of several books. She speaks all over, and can be found uplifting those who follow her. You'll love following all her platforms. Find her here:website,Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

48 MIN2018 MAY 22
Comments
EP #20 | Ganel-Lyn Condie | You Are Incredible

EP #19 | Emily Ames | Mothering With All My Heart

Henry had finally come and was doing well. He was ready to meet his three older siblings. Little did they know that the term congenital heart defect would become far to familiar. Emily, Henry's mom, and he were waiting for his older siblings. A nurse rushed in and told Emily that Henry had to be go to the NICU. Right. Away. The doctor was immediately on the phone to explain. Henry had congenital heart defect that needed to be repaired ASAP. The next several weeks become a whirlwind. There would be transportation to a children's hospital, surgery, and recovery with ups and downs. Through it all, Emily learned to love more fiercely, with all of her heart. Henry is doing great and is a thriving fun three year old now! Listen as Emily tells Henry's story, and her story. She tells us what it felt like to be his mother and what it was like for both of them. The heartache (literally) and the triumphs that were accomplished that changed so many lives in the process. Emily quotes Natalie Nor...

66 MIN2018 MAY 16
Comments
EP #19 | Emily Ames | Mothering With All My Heart

EP #18 Holly Anderson | Learning to Raise Children with Special Needs

Holly Anderson is a mom of 4 kids. She never anticipated that she'd be raising special needs children. Holly is trying her best to serve and help other parents who have kids with autism. She has created a great space online to help families and parents. Her first child was born with a cleft pallet, lip and clubbed feet. He had weekly casts on his feet, surgeries. Second child is allergic to gluten. They found out when he was 1 year old, but no doctors could figure out the problem. Holly had a dream where she was told that he was allergic to gluten. She woke up researched, and took him off gluten, and he got better. Third daughter with lots of energy and adorable. Two year old has autism. This cute boy changed the way Holly and her husband parent. They threw everything out the window that they thought they knew about parenting. Holly's book recommendations: Five Love Languages Child Whisperer Connect with Holly: Website: Invest in Your Child Facebook: Invest in Your Child YouTube Cha...

46 MIN2018 APR 24
Comments
EP #18 Holly Anderson | Learning to Raise Children with Special Needs

EP #17 Carly Peterson | Self Love & Mothering children with Depression & Anxiety

Over the past few years Carly has learned the ins and outs of mothering a depressed child. Her daughter has attempted suicide several times. Carly is learning about standing up for her child's rights. She's learning how she's helped her to heal too. Carly is learning to help her child to navigate through mental health struggles. She wants to help you know can do the same for your own children. Carly has walked through life struggling with weight and health. She eventually took over to her life! She learned how to not only become healthy, but also take time for herself each day emotionally and physically. Carly has learned the ins and outs of mothering a depressed child. She's learned about standing up for her child's rights. Carly is sharing how she's been able to teach her daughter to navigate through mental health struggles on her own. Carly has great tips on how you can do the same for your own children. Follow Carly's journey on her blog, Facebook, & Instagram.

40 MIN2018 APR 16
Comments
EP #17 Carly Peterson | Self Love & Mothering children with Depression & Anxiety

EP #16 Evelyn Nelson | Life Lessons from Terminal Cancer

Evelyn is sharing her journey with breast cancer. It's been about 18 months since she was first diagnosed, and it's been quite the process. Things started off just great, and a few days after her first chemo treatment, things took a sudden turn. Evelyn became septic, and then went into a coma. She went into cardiac arrest, and had a near death experience she shares in the Podcast. After several weeks in a coma, even talks about the journey to learn to walk, talk, and other basics again. Soon she started chemo again, and was terrified. Four rounds of chemo would be done. However, in the end, the cancer spread to stage 4, and there became nothing more the doctors could do. Evelyn and her husband decided together that they would rather be together as a family as often as possible rather than have Evelyn going through treatments hoping to prolong her life a little bit longer than she may get otherwise. Evelyn radiates peace, and joy, and love. She is grateful for all she has in her life...

27 MIN2017 NOV 30
Comments
EP #16 Evelyn Nelson | Life Lessons from Terminal Cancer

EP #15: Hilary Weeks | Focus on Being Positive

"When we focus on our positive thoughts, and dismiss the negative and don't give them any attention ... when a positive thought comes to your mind, build on it, expand on it." Hilary Weeks is a Christen singing who shares beautiful messages through her gift of singing. She shares her story of starting out as a new singer, and learning to cope with fear of performing, and being in front of auditoriums full of people ready to watch her. Hilary also shares her insights on staying positive, and how she learned for herself that focus on good thoughts will always help you more than focusing on the negative. You can find Hilary on her website, Facebook Page, and Instagram. Find out more about her event Live a Life You Love for dates, and prices.

22 MIN2017 NOV 22
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EP #15: Hilary Weeks | Focus on Being Positive

EP #14: Julie Bristow | Accepting & Embracing Mental Health Challenges

"I think letting your guard down and asking for help is one of the bravest things you can do. Humility = bravery in my mind. Some of the most courageous and brave acts is that ability to push away pride in order to show emotion, ask for help, let their guard down and just know we don't have to bottle up our feeling and pretend that we're okay if we don't feel okay." Julie was a happy, life loving, happy high schooler. One day at the beginning of her Senior year felt the effects of depression come on hard and fast at the age of 17. It was literally life changing. Julie talks about how living with severe depression and how she is learning to accept this part of her life and do the best she can. She still finds joy in her everyday, and talks about how she has helped her kids understand her limits. She also, makes sure to do what she can on her good days. Julie has accepted this as her reality, but doesn't let it stop her from finding joy, and seeing the good in her everyday life. You w...

79 MIN2017 SEP 22
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EP #14: Julie Bristow | Accepting & Embracing Mental Health Challenges

EP #13 | Love Your Life | Learning to Love Your Reflection

What do you see when you look in the mirror? How are you learning to love your reflection? What do you see when you look in the mirror? What do you say? On this episode of our Love Your Life Serieswe are going to talk about learning to love your reflection. I'm going to give you ways you can see the good in your reflection. We will talk about the importance of of seeing the good. What do you see in your reflection? How does it help or hinder you as you go about your day? You can see the good, and learn to focus on the good and gain confidence in your life. Make sure to follow along on Instagram so you never miss an episode.

23 MIN2017 SEP 7
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EP #13 | Love Your Life | Learning to Love Your Reflection
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