Big Things Are Coming

So many opportunities and changes are coming to the site and daily post. Get ready! I will post the official details later. But I just want to give a heads up. 

Thanks to everyone on this journey with me. I appreciate you! 

Now about you. What do you have going on? Blog? Vlog? New business?

Let me know in the comments. It would be my pleasure to get to know more about you. 

Monthly Challenge: Your First Time

Break the monotony.

Planning is great. It helps to keep all the responsibilities, family, and life contained. At least most of the time. Everyone should plan. But everyone should also leave room for something new.

It seems like the older I get the more life tries to bog me down. In my opinion, it should be the exact opposite. With age should come more liberty and opportunity to explore. When is the last time you did something for the first time?

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You Are So Much Better Than That

I have been blessed to experience the joy of motherhood.

My eldest is currently 2 and my youngest is 1. The moments when they hug, bond, and feed each other bring me so much happiness. But there is something I am beginning to notice…

My oldest daughter is beginning to try to mimic things that my youngest does.

Mainly thumb sucking or putting hands in mouth. She also feels the need to control toys that she no longer expressed an interest in. When she does that we usually express that she has grown beyond that and her little sister is still a baby.

This, believe it or not, was a great lesson for me. 

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What do you do?

Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. The only way to do great work is to love what you do. 

-Steve Jobs

What do you do?

Really ponder this question. I just want you to think about it. What fills your life? Is it what you love? Is it great work that not only brings you a sense of fulfillment but contributes to other’s life? 

What do you do?

Feel free to leave a comment or email me daniellerabb (at) 

P.S I’m going to update it with a some awesomeness because this question carries so much weight. 

Grace Not Perfection

Somewhere along the way, someone told us we weren’t good enough. We weren’t pretty enough, crafty enough. Social media feeds, blogs, magazines, and other people began to set the standard for us. And they set it high-unreachably high. We mashed together other people highlights and best moments and created this standard of perfection we’re all after. Once I reach it, we tell ourselves, I’ll be good enough. -Emily Ley

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