How many of us walk around wearing a mask appearing like we have it all together? Then when we get home we fall apart because our insides are hurting. When the going gets tough, how do you power through it? What if it’s just too much to bear and your mind is hurting, too? Do you think to reach out and find help, or do you focus on your pain and refuse to look up? One woman stepped out of her comfort zone and decided to reach out and let other folks know they are not alone. “What do you do when you’ve carried all this weight and you feel there’s nobody there to help you?” People are suffering from the inside out. Read More »
I love a good party! I especially love parties outside with lights and candles. Honestly, it can be hard to look at some of the stunning party ideas on Pinterest. Most people, including myself, don’t want to spend a ton of money on just one evening. It’s likely for some of us to have only one party during the summer anyway. Not to mention, if I’m going to spend money on a party, it will be spent mostly on the food! Read More »
I hope everyone had a happy and safe 4th of July!
Now, let’s talk about the color blue!
Fun Fact: Because blue is such a stable color, women love seeing men in this color. Who doesn’t love having a stable partner? Blue is also very calming. Read More »
By Jenny Hansen Lane
I met Erin through Social Media. We are members of many creative groups together. When I learned about her most recent invention, it kind of blew my mind in it’s simplistic solution to a common problem. So let’s get started: I love what Erin has to share with us. Read More »
Decorating and designing elements for our own homes can feel overwhelming and complex at times. For me, it’s my creative outlet. It’s also one of my ways of mentally escaping and relaxing. I don’t know if that makes sense to you, but it works well for me. You know how some people are extremely sensitive to fingernails on a chalkboard, or hearing people chewing food? That’s how I am when it comes to having balance in my personal environment. It doesn’t need to be perfect and not at all high end. Those things aren’t important to me. I realize that the decorating process isn’t going to be perfect regardless of the room or person. I feel I do the most growing when things are a challenge. I learn way more when I have to adapt, vs having a fixed, unchanging mindset. Your environment had an enormous impact on your mood. So. today’s post is about my youngest son’s room and how it makes him feel. Read More »
If you thought I forgot about Father’s Day, well, I didn’t. 🙂 I though about it all last week and this past weekend, too. The last couple of weeks have been overloaded with to-do’s and super late nights. But, I got through it! And it wouldn’t have been possible without Nate’s support. So this post is dedicated to the father of my two boys. Read More »
Image above via Luxe
Hanging artwork at the wrong height is one of the most common mistakes folks make when decorating their homes. I hear all the time, “You should hang artwork so the center of the picture is at eye level…” Wrong! We are all built differently. If we all hung artwork at our personal eye level artwork would be all over the place. What if your partner was 6’4″ and you were 5 feet tall? Where do you put it then? Read More »
Image via Lasting Memories Photography
So, as I said last Tuesday the My Daily She team is growing! We’ve got two lovely ladies that are coming on board. Last week we said hello to Jenny Hansen Lane! Today say hello to Jo Brown! She is a beautiful, very talented Writer, Saleswoman, Marketer, Mother and Wife, who truly wants to make the world a better place by sharing her hope with others. Living in Perry Utah, she will be assisting with editing, sales and marketing. I am so grateful to have her as a new team member! Take it away, Jo!