Welcome to Failing Imperfectly! I am so happy you are here and I'm happy to meet you.
I am on a journey to live my most authentic life for myself. I am first and foremost me. I am a wife, a dog mom, a project manager, a family member to many, and a friend. I am here to share what I learn as I grow from a perfectionist people-pleaser who focused only on other people to a woman who loves myself for everything that I am.
Giving yourself credit isn’t easy. At least, for me, it’s not. I always had the impression that if I were to give myself credit for anything, I would be conceited and stuck up and too into myself. It wasn’t acceptable in my mind. What was acceptable, was brushing off any accomplishment like it was no […]
…get back up. I was knocked down last week. I was shown the true habits of the CEO of the company I was working for. Along with countless others, I was laid off. The reasoning we were given was that the company was restructuring. No warning. Just an hour’s notice for a meeting in the […]
At one point in our life, we’ve all said it, “on January 1st, I’ll start making changes.” We might say that in December, or September, or May, or even February. We have this habit of putting off the changes we want or need to make in our life until that big date. Forget the, “I’ll […]
When I was first creating this site and trying to come up with a name, I knew I wanted something that described my life. I have always been someone who tries to be utterly perfect for everyone. I was trying to be perfect in the sense that I wanted to be everything for everyone. While […]
I thought I would take a moment to give you a little history on how I got here, to this blog, to wanting to become a life coach. It all started (damn I sound old) when I opened my mind to Beachbody coaching. Nope, I’m not selling you on anything, I am no longer selling […]
I expect a lot. A lot from myself. A lot from others. I expect that people will show some fucking common courtesy and stop being dumb. Like, why do you feel the need to do a fucking U-turn right outside the crosswalk in front of Costco?!?! Seriously! My mother-in-law was with us when I was […]