Momifesto: Free Excerpt from the Introduction

…excerpt from the introduction to Momifesto: A Manifesto of 9 Practices for Phenomenal Moms. …this is in honor of the women on my ezine list from over 10 countries that cannot download or order this book. We are with you. Whether it’s the brillian...

Holiday Breathing Room

Welcome to the Holiday Breathing Room, a virtual micro retreat. If you’ve found this, chances are, you might be able to use a free minute to sit and breathe. Stay as long as you’d like. Pretend you’re typing and working and stay a little longer. ;-)...

Holiday Breathing Room 2

If you found this, consider it an invitation to take a breath in this virtual breathing room. Inhale a little virtual air. Exhale. No agendas. Stay as long as you need to. You’ll know when you’re done. Trust yourself. XO! Vikki Author of Momifesto: 9...

What I Learned About Surviving The Holidays From Moose

    This is Moose. He’s a colorful, joyful decoration in our home. Here’s what I learned about the holidays from him. Year 1 in our home: Jordan chose him. I think we needed a little joy that year so he came home and smiled at us the entire...

Holiday Recipe: Magic Stovetop Simmer

  With holiday recipes flying, the lights slinging around the tree, and the gifts dropped in gift bags, last year I started a new tradition just for me.  Amazingly enough, what started out as a whim, turned into this year’s go-to magic to put me in the...

Self-Help for the Tired Mom

You’re a tired mom exhausted mom. Now what? You want 5 steps to not feeling tired and instead being coherent, slightly organized mom – and that takes a little energy and a few brain cells.  A 5 Point Plan to Recovering a Tired Mom: Figure out why...

15 Ways We End Up Being A Tired Mom

When I was pregnant,  a nurse weighed me during a check-up, took my blood pressure and asked, “How are you sleeping?” “Not well,” I replied. She said, “Get used to being a tired mom. This is the easy part. Even after they’re...

Mom Retreat : My Secret to Everything

      When my son was 18 months old, I took my first personal, solo, mom retreat.  I drove to a bed and breakfast within 90 miles. I slept for 18 hours straight. I do sometimes exaggerate, but I’m not exaggerating here. I did not have a full...

Our Mom Story – Why We Need One

  What’s your mom story? What’s the story you tell yourself as you look at your children? Are you sailing, enjoying the journey? Or, are you dashed against rocks and hanging on? We all have a story that we remind ourselves of often. Last night, I had...

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