Growing up, I was incredibly shy. When I was 12, I was moved from private to public school and for the first time, since I was a toddler, had to make new friends. #ad While 8th grade prepared me a bit, high school was even harder since I only knew a handful of people there. I realized that in order to gain the confidence I was seriously lacking, I needed to become a part of something bigger than me. I tried out and made our high school’s dance team, the Titanaires, in 9th grade. Suddenly, that shy girl found herself. I continued to dance throughout high school and discovered the power of teamwork.  We all walked out onto that field the same, no matter how skilled we were, what we looked like or what our home life was like. We came together as a family and put on a show that always had the fans in the bleachers cheering. Being a Titanaire changed me. 20+ years later, I’m still really good friends with a number of my teammates. Now, as the Mother of three girls, I always encourage them to find something they love, practice and become a part of something that will change their lives as it did mine. Whether it’s volleyball, gymnastics, dance or soccer, I watch my girls transform each and every time they practice, perform or play. Did you know that between the ages of 12 and 13, the number of girls who say they’re afraid to fail increases by 150%? By age 14, girls drop out of sports at twice the rate of boys. That’s why @Athleta is committed to helping keep girls in the game. That’s the #PowerofShe.  #AthletaGirl #girlempowerment #girlsquad #girlsrock #womenathletes #womenempowered #womenempowerment #girlmama #girlmom #gymnastics #gymnasticslife #handstand #handstandpractice #novahighschool #novatitans #novatitanalumni #titanaire #letsgotitans

Growing up, I was incredibly...

Yesterday, I posted my deepest, darkest secret on my blog. It look me 24 hours to get the nerve to share it on here. I’ve been writing that post for a while. It probably didn’t go live the day I intended it to and it might disappear at some point. But enough is enough. Time for me to put my big girl panties on and stop lying to myself and everyone else. I hope you won’t think any different of me or judge me in any way. I’m still the same person, I’m just not pretending anymore. .
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How would you like to win FREE glasses for your entire family?* #sponsored We recently went to our local For Eyes for our annual vision exams and had the best experience. Dr. Hanna and the opticians really made us feel comfortable and at home, especially Falynn, who had never had an eye exam before. They helped us to find our new prescription and choose the frames that looked best on us. We also sat down with Dr. Hanna to learn more about the importance of annual eye exams and the dangers of blue light. Stay tuned for our IGTV interview later this week! Also, swipe to see the first photo that Falynn ever took by herself, with my camera. Great, right?  We’ve partnered with For Eyes to give you the opportunity to win up to 6 FREE eyeglasses or prescription sunglasses valued at up to $250 each. 
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As someone that has suffered with both anxiety and depression for many years, I can tell you that there are signs that your loved one is suffering. While not everyone who exhibits these characteristics is having mental health issues, it's quite possible that those who are, exhibit many symptoms as a result of their anxiety and/or depression. Today on the blog, I’m discussing those symptoms and what to look for if you suspect you or your loved one is suffering with anxiety and/or depression. .
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#ad Let’s get real for a moment. While they play a large part in us becoming Mothers, periods are no fun. They also weren’t something that I knew a whole lot about up until a couple of months ago, if I’m being honest. But results from a recent survey got my attention.  3 in 5 women surveyed reported at least one symptom of heavy periods – and among those respondents, over half had not discussed them with a doctor (57%) Why? Most women have resigned to heavy periods as their reality, with 43% saying “it’s just normal for me” and 36% saying “I’ve just learned to live with it.” Sound familiar? I must have said those exact statements plenty of times over the last 30 years. 
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In just about a month or so, we will start to look for our dream home. #ad I’m excited at the opportunities and better rates we can get because of the bump in my credit score. I’m so grateful for the @lendingtree app, which has helped me to monitor my credit score closely, so I know what needed to be improved. The LendingTree app provides all the tools you need for a better financial health. No matter where you are in your life or what big milestone is coming up, your credit is important and should always be a priority. The LendingTree app is free and signing up doesn’t affect your credit score. You can download it in the App Store (click on the #linkinbio and then on “LendingTree”). Why is your credit score important to you? .
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Thinking back to last month and our stay in that cute little airbnb, it makes me so grateful for the opportunity to blog full-time. Not only do I get to work closely with companies that I love, but occasionally I get the opportunity to take our family on a little, but much needed vacation. It really is the best job I’ve ever had. Today on the blog, I’m continuing my series for bloggers and influencers and discussing what might be the scariest part of this job… pitching companies and applying to campaigns. Head over and check out my suggestions to nail those pitches. I look forward to hearing your thoughts! .
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Today I had a plan. Wake up early, get the girls ready for their first day of school and then take the perfect first day of school picture to post on Instagram, where I would talk about how bittersweet it is to watch my girls grow up into these incredible young women. 
But things don’t always go as we plan. Instead, Falynn and Iyla woke up at 3:30am, got ready for school and then came downstairs at 5:00am to let us know they were ready. 5:00am... two and a half hours before they actually needed to be at school. I rolled myself out of bed at around 6:50am, Super Dad made me some coffee and I quickly shooed them outside so I could take a picture and realized that Falynn was in a long sleeved shirt, a jacket, jeans and old sneakers. I’m pretty sure her hair wasn’t brushed either. Lucia wasn’t awake yet so it would be the first year without a first day of school picture of all three of them. 😫 Whatever. I was tired. So I quickly took a picture (swipe to see) and got them off to school. Lucia woke up late and I couldn’t take a picture of her because my camera lens kept fogging up. When we walked back into the house, the dog escaped, making her even later. 🤦🏻‍♀️ And my coffee’s cold. Anyway, since I couldn’t get the perfect first day of school picture, I hope you enjoy this shot of the girls and Super Dad in their @swimzip.
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An Interview with Sheryl and Carrie Berk, Authors of Ask Emma

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Something pretty epic happened earlier this month.  Little Bee Books invited my daughter Lucia and I to join for a Mother-Daughter interview with the Mother-Daughter writing pair, Sheryl and Carrie Berk!  It’s no secret that Lucia has an enormous love for books. She’s been reading since she was 5 and has accumulated a library in her room with well over 200 books, including one of her favorite series, The Cupcake Club (also written by Sheryl and Carrie Berk). When I told her that we would get the chance to interview two of her favorite authors about their new book, Ask Emma, she was ecstatic!

Emma Woods knows just how to fix all her peers’ problems-or so she thinks-in this first book in the brand-new middle grade series Ask Emma, from the bestselling creators behind the Cupcake Club series!

When 13-year-old Emma Woods gets that tingling feeling in her fingertips, she knows she’s on to a great ideaand starting an advice blog for her classmates at Austen Middle may be one of her most brilliant ones yet! Who better to give advice on friendship, style, school, and even crushes than someone who’s going through it too?

But when Ask Emma goes live, she quickly realizes not everyone sees it that way. Suddenly, Emma is bombarded with peers asking her to help them postpone quizzes, get out of detention, and cut gym class short. This wasn’t exactly what she had in mind. . . .What’s worse, someone is posting hurtful comments, telling her to mind her own business. Despite her good intentions, Emma’s blog seems to only be getting her-and her friends–deeper and deeper into trouble.

Will Ask Emma come to an end before it’s really begun? Or can Emma find her voice, write what’s in her heart, and truly stand up for what she believes in?

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It wasn’t long before Lucia finished Ask Emma. In fact, I believe it took her only one day to finish the entire book.  She immediately shared with me how much she could relate to Emma, a middle-schooler who loves to give advice. It’s not often that I’m able to read the same books as my girls, so it was nice to be able to read the book and discuss it, together. The book focuses on a subject that is so relevant and sadly, incredibly present in this day and age… cyberbullying.

Both Lucia and I have been the subject of cyberbullying. It’s something we’ve discussed at great lengths and I love that Sheryl and Carrie tackled this subject in a light-hearted way that my girls could relate to.

“Being able to teach kids at this age how to deal with cyberbullying, what to do if they feel like they’re being bullied, and get them to a point where they can also understand what it feels like– we hope we’re reaching kids who might be tempted to cyberbully.  I don’t think a lot of kids often realize when they post negative comments that those words are very powerful. We always say words can hurt, but words can also heal.” -Sheryl Berk

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I’ve watched Lucia struggle with acceptance already.  More than anything, as the Mom of three girls, I want them to be themselves and embrace their originality (as goofy as they are sometimes).  Wouldn’t the world be boring if we were all exactly the same?  Unfortunately, there is a pressure to look a certain way and dress a certain way, especially in Middle School.  I love that Ask Emma was able to give Lucia a fresh outlook and Carrie, someone that she admires, could share that she also had similar experiences growing up.  She is someone that I’m proud to have my daughters look up to.

“A message we really wanted to put out there is that kids should own who they are and never be ashamed of who they are.  It’s what makes you special and different and wonderful.” – Sheryl Berk

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Now that Lucia and I have both finished the book, we’ve passed it onto my 8 year old, Iyla.  It hurts my heart to know that she may face cyberbullying in the near future.  I want her to be prepared. I want her to feel comfortable enough to come to me or her older sister if someone makes her feel any less than they should. I want her to know that it’s not ok to be mean to someone, even if you are sitting behind a screen and no one can see you.  We want to believe that our kids will make the right decisions but we all know that it could be any of us who can inflict pain on someone else, without realizing it.

“I think the younger we can talk to kids about cyberbullying, the better chances they have of not being victims themselves and not doing it to other kids.” Sheryl Berk

“My experience with cyberbullying really reached its peak when I was in middle school, so I feel like my story with Emma experiencing cyberbullying would resonate most with middle school students.  Although, you can never be too young or too old to read this story.  I feel like it’s a good source of education for any age.” – Carrie Berk

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I think what I love most about Sheryl and Carrie Berk is their incredible respect for one another.  It’s every Mother’s dream for their little girl to follow their hearts and succeed in a field that makes them happy.  Listening to them during our interview really inspired me to encourage my girls even more. At only fifteen years old, Carrie Berk is already a bestselling children’s book author, playwright, dancer, singer, actor, model and lifestyle blogger. Carrie has already accomplished more than most people accomplish throughout their entire life.  She’s not only successful, but so down-to-earth and humble which is a tribute to her Mother for raising her and cheering her on while she chases her dreams.

“I do think what makes our books so genuine is because they’re coming from a real kid.  I couldn’t write any of Emma’s blogs with the same authenticity that Carrie can because she is coming from a place of experiencing it and feeling it. Those feelings, they’re raw and they’re real, and I think that’s what really speaks to kids.  They read it and they see themselves in these characters because Carrie’s projected real feelings into these characters.” Sheryl Berk

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Coincidentally, Lucia wrote her first blog post last year about cyberbullying. It was a great way for her to get her feelings out after experiencing something that was new and scary for her.  While she’s always loved to write in journals and write non-fiction stories for school, Ask Emma inspired her to start her own blog, The Super Teenage Life.  I’m so incredibly proud of her and can’t wait to watch her develop her love of writing.  I can only hope that she will be half as successful as Carrie and that she and I will have the close relationship that Sheryl and Carrie seem to have.

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I want to thank Little Bee Books for giving us this opportunity and Sheryl and Carrie Berk for speaking to us and for writing books that can positively influence their readers to be better people and to stand up for what they believe in.  It was such an honor and something we will never forget.  We can’t wait for book #2!  In the meantime, make sure you run out and get your copy of Ask Emma.

Have you or your kids ever had to deal with cyberbullying? Comment below and let us know!

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46 Comments
  • Joy
    May 22, 2018

    Wow it’s crazy how times have changed! I’m so glad that authors are publishing books that have relatable content that encourages our little ones

  • Safi
    May 21, 2018

    A mother and daughter writing duo?? That sounds so amazing! This book sounds so awesome!

  • cadina
    May 21, 2018

    Wow this book song very nice, I would have to look into getting one! Thanks for sharing.

  • Sulav Sapkota
    May 21, 2018

    Wow, I really want to present this book to my niece. Thank you for sharing.

  • Blair villanueva
    May 19, 2018

    You did a great job for this interview. I will check their book and make as a gift to my friend.

  • Mane
    May 19, 2018

    Very inspiring story. You have a Pretty kids. When I was a kid I’m also a book lover. I would recommend this book to my niece as well ?

  • Mag
    May 18, 2018

    Love this so much! Thanks for sharing about what appears to be a great book for kids!

  • Casey
    May 18, 2018

    This is an amazing book, must get it for my girls.

  • Explorethe6
    May 18, 2018

    What an awesome experience for both you and Lucia! Ask Emma sounds like a great book.

  • Kamapala Chukwuka
    May 17, 2018

    I just love this – A message we really wanted to put out there is that kids should own who they are and never be ashamed of who they are. I feel like this will be an amazing read for kids. Really inspirational of you to encourage your daughter’s love for reading. Thanks for sharing x

  • Bertha
    May 17, 2018

    I love the pink sweatshirts. They looks gorgeous in them. 🙂

  • Anny
    May 17, 2018

    It’s an awesom book. Great for teens and all the others as well. Thanx for sharing about this…

  • poorna banerjee
    May 16, 2018

    Great idea for a book, especially because these things are becoming so common!

  • Angela Milnes
    May 14, 2018

    Never heard about this book but looks so Interesting, I should get of this, Glad that you share this

  • Michelle Garrett
    May 13, 2018

    What a fantastic opportunity! I need to keep this series in mind as my little one gets older. She loves to read and I know how awesome it is to have a series you follow and engage with.

  • Cat Uy
    May 13, 2018

    wow, what a lovely bookworm. she has a bright future ahead of her because reading books will lead her to many information that will help her in her future career. nice interview.

  • Penny
    May 13, 2018

    It is incredible that we as parents are growing up wit and learning about this alongside our children. I am grateful for resources like this!

  • Vyjay Rao
    May 13, 2018

    It must have been a great experience interviewing the authors. Love the fact that you and your daughter read the same back and are able to discuss it. Being passionate about books, can well understand what that means.

  • Kita Bryant
    May 12, 2018

    That book has a lot of really great lessons! Kids need something like this to use for entertainment more often..

  • Jeanine
    May 12, 2018

    We just got this book and my daughter is so excited to read it! I hope she adores it as much as I think she will!

  • Gina
    May 12, 2018

    What an awesome book for young girls. This is a fabulous opportunity for your daughter. Hopefully this will help lots of other young ladies also!

  • Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen
    May 12, 2018

    This sounds like a great book for kids. I have to get a copy for my daughter. She would learn so much reading this book.

  • Claudia Krusch
    May 12, 2018

    This is great! The book sounds like an awesome read !! thanks for sharing!

  • Jessica
    May 12, 2018

    Congratulations you two!
    I was an avid book reader when I was young too. Absolutely loved the secret of droon series. I can only imagine what a joy it must have been for your daughter to meet the person creating her adventures.

  • Joanna Everyday Made Fresh
    May 12, 2018

    This sounds like a book my almost 13 year old daughter would enjoy. Sounds like I wouldnt mind it either. ?

  • Jared Grant
    May 12, 2018

    That looks like a great book for kids. Words can be so powerful. I think kids (and quite a few adults) could learn to build each other up with their words.

  • DD's blog
    May 12, 2018

    What a beautiful and smart girls. Excellent interview, congratulations on the idea and support of young talents. 🙂

  • Angela Hoyos
    May 12, 2018

    So glad you had the opportunity to experience this with your daughters, and how cool that you got to interview this dynamic duo!

  • Casey
    May 12, 2018

    I def. would recommend this to my girls.

  • Alison Rost
    May 12, 2018

    I love it when there are books that make issues easier to understand for the kids. This one tackles a very important issue these days and I’m sure it’s going to help so much for the kids.

  • Ricci
    May 12, 2018

    What an awesome experience for you and your daughter! I love that y’all got to participate in this!

  • Carol Cassara
    May 12, 2018

    A book like this could really help kids cope and handle cyber bullying. I’m glad there’s a book like this for the kids to read.

  • Pam
    May 11, 2018

    Cyber-bullying is so unfortunately common these days. It’s great that this book can get conversation going about it with preteens.

  • Ashley
    May 11, 2018

    My daughter was a victim of cyber bullying this year. We need to check out this book!

  • Amber Myers
    May 11, 2018

    This book sounds fabulous! I’ll have to pick it up for my daughter. I have dealt with cyberbulling–from people who don’t agree with my blog, and I never understand it. I always tell my kids that people who cyberbully are cowards and to let me know about it.

  • Tropically Twisted
    May 11, 2018

    This is absolutely awesome!

  • Christina Bhattacharya
    May 11, 2018

    It is so great that your daughter has a love of reading. This book looks like it was so fun for her to read. I think I will look into getting it for my daughter.

  • Sarah Bailey
    May 11, 2018

    What a great sounding book for kids, it sounds like something that really make them stop and think and bring around compassion.

  • Debbie Goldberg
    May 11, 2018

    Sounds like a great book for tweens and early teens. I love the sweatshirts on the girls!

  • Nichole
    May 11, 2018

    This is awesome! There should be more of these! Kids now more than ever need positive role models.

  • Captain Essy
    May 11, 2018

    Nice book and nice interview

  • Angela
    May 11, 2018

    Thank you for this.

  • Misti Watkins
    May 11, 2018

    This is so amazing! this book sounds like a good read !! thanks for sharing!

  • Melissa Chapman
    May 11, 2018

    It is great to find books that kids like to read and are relavent in today’s world. You should be proud of your daughter and her love of reading.

  • Jeanette
    May 11, 2018

    This books sound amazing for kids! I think there should be more positive roll models in this world that kids can look up to.

  • Candy
    May 11, 2018

    What a wonderful opportunity for your daughter. Hope this inspires and encourages her to continue her writing.

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