Amy tells us her story this week. She talks about things like how her family ended up in Amish country, how she never used to feel like she fit in, and how she’s glad she finally feels comfortable in her own skin.
Amy has a really thoughtful take on decision making. Is a failure really a failure?
We also speak candidly about parenting and some of the challenges that come along with that.
The following may be the quote Amy has on her wall…or maybe not, it’s probably close though
Happiness is a state of mind, a choice, a way of living; it is not something to be achieved, it is something to be experienced.Steve Maraboli
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