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  1. Yes! This is wonderful! So many women need to hear this – me included! I read Purpose Over Perfect over the weekend and it is all about this idea. If you haven’t read it yet, I think you would adore it. LOVE your blog.

    <3 Traci

  2. Molly you aren’t the only one who struggles with no. I think we all do at some point in our lives. Just know that you are not alone in this. Sometimes when we take days off or a break that is where our moments of clarity come to us. Redirecting us to something even better.

  3. Aw girl, i SO feel you – i am such a yes person ( i hate saying no to people) so I get overwhelmed a lot. Good for you taking a day off the blog – it seems like such a little thing, but as a fellow blogger I know the work that goes into just one post (writing it, doing all the links, promoting it etc etc) so taking a day off can make a huge difference!! XOXOXO
    Lee | LegalLee Blonde

  4. If you can learn to identify the yes that works and say no to other things as a young mom you are going to save so much heartache and stress. I remember someone saying to me once “your family should always be your first ministry”. Typically when I start to feel overwhelmed it usually means I have stopped treating them as such.

  5. I totally know how you feel, and I have trouble letting go too. I’ve been listening a lot to the Lively Show podcast lately and trying to be more in touch with my intuition and having more “flow” in my life–which means letting go and saying know when things feel forced. It isn’t easy and I think it’s something I will always struggle with, but giving yourself permission to do that feels so good sometimes. Take care!

  6. Looking great! … loved your post a self care advocate I am all about taking care of YOU first. And sometimes we need to say NO … you go girl … you are taking care of you!!

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  8. Gurl! Your totally right! We are not super heroes, we are humans so if saying no to something, helps you then by all means do it. As much as we want everyone to be happy, we have to love ourselves first 🙂
    Love your post and thank you for hosting,


  9. Hi Molly I’ve followed your blog for a while and enjoy it a lot. I heard moving from 1 to 2 kids is the hardest transition in parenting… harder than going from none to 1 or from 2 to 3+. You are awesome just being you (unconditionally)! Skipping things now & then makes for a happier you & happier children. You look gorgeous in these photos. Happy birthday to your hubby!

  10. I am with you such that when I skip a post I totally panic. But as a mom of 2, I am def learning how to let certain things go and just focus on the things that really matters at hand, the things that I don’t want to miss (not what other people will miss). You look wonderful as usual Molly!

    ~ xo Sheree
    Posh Classy Mom

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