About Me

Myself and one of my beautiful Girls!

I just got fired. Sort of.

I just quit my job. Sort of.

This blog is the start of the end of a journey (!?!) My 3 old daughter was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis when she was only 3 weeks old and needless to say it hit me hard.  I have made a commitment to myself and my family to stop pissing and moaning about it and as time moves on I am seeing that I can turn this into an opportunity to become the woman I have always envisioned myself becoming.

Right around the time that I became unemployed I received a horoscope from a friend that said it was time for me to let inspiration be my guide… and if I really wanted to get inspired I should hit the mat (yoga mat)… and I have… and I think I’m onto something – I’ll keep you posted 😉
The name “Finding Fearless” comes from years of being to afraid to live to live my most authentic life – and then the Universe giving me something to really be afraid of.  I mostly write about the grieving process I have gone through with my child’s diagnosis, about healing my heart with yoga and self-love… this blog may seem a little manic in subject matter from time to time but that’s my life… that’s the life of a working-mom, a stay-at-home mom, every mom….

“What we call the beginning is often the end. And to make an end is to make a beginning. The end is where we start from.”
– T.S. Eliot


6 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Congrats on your hard efforts! I know what I can be like to run a business, I just finished my 2nd. (couldn’t imagine it with 2 kids on top of it all!). Just keep your positive attitude and keep looking forward! Keep time for yourself and family no matter how busy things get, I learned the hard way about that. Surround yourself with positive peopole and don’t let what others say bring you down. You are going to do fantastic, I admire your ambition!

    • Aww, thanks Geraldine and thanks for taking the time to read! I don’t know about having life in place but it’s nice to know I care alot less about where I am going and taking the time to enjoy life as it comes!

  2. Amazing. Placing yourself in this vulnerable position takes strength.

    I can’t imagine how hard it is seeing your little one suffer with CF. She is beautiful! I love the picture.

    Skye Wikjord

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