Stay in Your Own Lane

When driving from Point A to Point B, you expect everyone to follow the rules of the road so you can all maneuver well. In spite of flashing lights, closed roads, and even gravel doing a number on your windshield, you have a destination in mind. And news flash: it is not the same as the person in […]

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I’m Happy for You: An Evening with Kay Wills Wyma

Happy For You Kay Wyma

Is comparison hijacking your life? Come spend an evening with author Kay Wills Wyma and find relief from living in comparison. Most of us can relate to the questions asked in her new book I’m Happy for You: “Tired of performing? Feeling weighed down by the pressure to be Pinteresting? Does your friend’s wardrobe, body, […]

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The Comparison Trap

I am the mom of a middle school son—and a self-confessed football mom. In my small, football-obsessed Texas town, this is a unique and often scary breed. We know as much (or more) about football than our husbands and are not afraid to coach our sons to play better. We go to practice, study plays, […]

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