Category: I Am Valuable

Know your weaknesses but FOCUS on your talents

As a mother, it can be so very easy to loose our identity, even forget our value. Finding our self again as a mother can easily be done. A great place to start is to understand our weaknesses and focusing on our strengths. Living through our strengths can bring us such joy! Do you accept your weaknesses? Do you know your talents? In this video I share some questions to help you identify your strengths. (Sorry about the video quality…not sure why it’s so grainy) [ba-youtubeflex...

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Did my son almost drowned because of me? 3 ways to stop judging yourself…

Some days are really bad days — like last Tuesday when my son nearly drowned! Thank goodness for that lifeguard who pulled him to safety. And was it all my fault? The negative thoughts in my head sure told me so! Some of that Mom Guilt is good. Most of it isn’t. In this video, I talk about 3 ways to stop judging (even bullying) yourself. [ba-youtubeflex...

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Coupons Daily: Do you know your financial worth as a mother?

I am so excited to be featured as a contributor at CouponsDaily.com. So many of us moms cut coupons, watch for sales and scour the internet for discount codes but have you ever thought about your financial worth as a mother? I dish it all over at CouponsDaily.com. Here’s a little glimpse: “Recently I was speaking with a group of moms I mentor about our financial value as moms. It’s not necessarily what our paycheck (or lack of paycheck) says we are worth but what we feel we are financially worth. As stay-at-home moms, even as work-at-home moms, we often place...

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Rediscover your strengths and talents with these 12 questions

The other day I asked a mom I mentor to tell me about herself and introduce herself to our group. She later admitted it took a while to formulate and post an answer. She is not alone. As mothers, this can be a particularly awkward question to answer, especially if we have allowed our role of ‘mommy’ to fade out our other strengths and talents. If someone had asked me this question three years ago, when I had four children 5 years old and under, my answer would have been short and sweet. I would have probably rambled on about my...

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