20 Journaling Prompts to Help You Dream Big

Are you struggling to dream about your future? If so, you aren't alone! In fact, I see this as a common struggle for many women. This inability to dream big is usually because of unfulfilled dreams in the past, disappointments, or putting others' needs before your own. And, once you've forgotten how to dream or squelched that desire, it can be hard to begin dreaming again.Thankfully you can learn to dream again! My favorite way to dream is by spending time with God and journaling. Here are 20 journaling prompts to help you begin to dream big.As a child, what did I dream of doing? As I look back on my life, what lessons have had the greatest impact? What advice would I give my 20-year-old self? How do I want to feel? … [Read more...]

How to Plan Your Month

In this video, I'm showing you what to do TODAY that will set you up for a successful month.https://www.facebook.com/ibloomwomen/videos/10154898568601647/  … [Read more...]

Daily Affirmations (with a twist)!

I'm sharing a new aspect to my morning routine that takes less than 5 minutes, but is revolutionizing my mindset (and ultimately my day)! This is a must-listen!https://www.facebook.com/ibloomwomen/videos/10154850807661647/ … [Read more...]

Self Care Isn’t Selfish

Who in the world started the rumor that Self Care is selfish?!?! Ahem…the enemy, that’s who. He knows that if you are sick, tired, worn out, and fed up you can’t be all you were created to be and you won’t enjoy your life as God intended. “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” John 10:10 NIV So, he started the nasty rumor that Self Care is selfish by whispering lies such as:“You don’t have time to take care of yourself. You have more important things to do.” “You can’t afford to invest in your health. Your family needs things more important than that.” “What you do today can’t possibly make a difference. You’re too far gone. Might as well just eat … [Read more...]

A Glimpse into My WHY

Having a compelling WHY is so important. It's what keeps you motivated and working toward your goals on those really hard days, those days that you don't "feel" it, and it gives you that extra push on the days when you're feeling great.Eleven years ago when I started iBloom, my WHY was a desire to make a difference in women's lives. Then, it was also to provide for my growing family. My most recent version includes all of those previous things, but God has also really been refining and stretching me. He's showing me much bigger dreams that I ever fathomed.I want to give you a glimpse into my WHY, so you can see what really motivates me as the leader of iBloom. Here's my most recent vision board that articulates my WHY.It all … [Read more...]