First Speaking Opportunity

So excited to be a speaker for Corporate Career Mom Online Conference. Turning the Page on Suicide means taking steps to speak life and hope in the midst of despair. Anything is usable in the hands of God. I pray that my testimony encourages mothers to love well, care for those around them with the compassion of Christ, and to know their story matters in a world that is crowded with doubts.

It’s a busy, distracted world out there, and sometimes we can get so caught up with keeping in step that we don’t remember to seek out our own stride. Even when we know, deep down in our core being, that our strength lies in our self-value, it isn’t always easy to muster the confidence.


And it’s also never been a better time to be open to this struggle and to be vulnerable while striving to be stronger. Are you hitting the wall when it comes to embracing your self-worth and juggling the demands of work life balance and motherhood? Do you struggle with understanding who you really are, and what you really want with your one beautiful life?


I’m excited to share an event that will change the way you think about this powerful and exciting journey. The Corporate Career Mom Online Conference is a free, online interview series with 20+ experts who want to help you expand your capacity for loving yourself and your life.


I’m so pleased to be among this incredible line-up of psychologists, authors, coaches, mind-body experts, and much, much more.


The demands of work and family life are stressful, especially for women.


From unearthing the neuroscience behind our feelings of self-worth to building an action plan that will help eliminate overwhelm, self-doubt and build confidence, to align with more peace and calm, the Corporate Career Mom Online Conference is a necessary tool for everyone!


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When Words Fail: Laugh

Proverbs 17:22 A joyful heart is good medicine, But a broken spirit dries up the bones. 

Words have been failing me lately. Literally. I try to respond in conversation and I can’t bring what I want to say to mind, or I’m talking about cooking and “cat” comes out. Imagery and laughter aside, it is quite frustrating for a wordsmith to be silenced. So, since laughter is good medicine and the kids and I have been creating an abundance of jokes . . . here are a few of my favorites.


Why are suckers always singing? Answer: Because they are covered in rappers.

Why don’t musicians like the police? Answer: Because they place you under a-rest. (Daniel original)

What note can a car tire play? Answer: B flat

Who gets in trouble more, a football player, or figure skater? Answer: A figure skater, because they are always skating on thin ice.


Cultivate laughter, plant it in the lives around you and watch joy grow.




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