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Welcome to my podcast where I tell you more than you ever asked about. I will make you laugh until you pee, always tell you the truth, share with you my most vulnerable thoughts and all of my BEST, juiciest stories. Sometimes we'll even invite a guest to join us. We'll talk mental health, relationships, sex, parenting, motherhood, sobriety and whatever the the hell else comes out of my delirious mouth. Ok yay. Talk soon.

Dec 1, 2022

My new motto is “as little as possible”. Why do I have to be the best? Why do I have to keep aspiring to more? What happens when I believe that my life is turning out better than I could have ever imagined? Priorities are shifting. I’m sitting back and letting the miracles come in. At least, I’m trying to do...


Nov 17, 2022

My business is all out there. And there’s no taking it back now! If suffering comes from fighting one’s own reality, then I am done fighting. Instead, I’m getting into my morning routine (when the kids allow it of course), and I’m telling you all about the tingly powerful feelings I get from my morning...


Nov 10, 2022

I have my first guest on the podcast today and it is none other than the one and only, Stephen Hilton. He and I are sitting down together to have some honest open conversations. I’m realizing the most vulnerable times in my life have been the scariest, but they’ve all been so worth it in the end. This separation has...


Nov 3, 2022

It’s my sobriety birthday! I have been sober for 11 years. So for today, I’ve decided to reflect back on my struggles with addiction and my journey through sobriety. Back then, my only solution was to use! It was my go to celebration and my numbing self medication. No longer! I have off days and struggles but my...


Oct 27, 2022

Food is a tricky tricky subject. I am lucky to have not grown up with any significant issues around food but when I am in crisis mode, I tend to lose weight. This time around, I am monitoring the situation, working with my doctor, and careful to eat healthily and consistently. But when I was young, that was not the...