It’s all about what’s hidden on the inside of our experiences.

When I got sober it was the first time in my life that I ever thought about investing in my mental-health and overall wellness.

That meant choosing to face my past so that I could move forward and embrace who God created me to be.

Through my healing I have developed new perspectives on old scars, and a clearer understanding of the significance behind my once-crippling, past experiences.

I never thought any good could come from experiencing childhood trauma or the dysfunction that comes with being the child and sister of an addict, or all of my own destructive life choices, but I have been able to find beauty in all of it.

So what will you see here?

Straightforward & honest topics will range from: motherhood and sober parenting, addiction, recovery & sobriety, codependency & enabling, and funny things.

Sprinkled in between will be raw descriptions of my own personal battles; the small victories and the times that I fall on my face. (Pretty much every time I fall on my face.)

Despite the difficulties that I have walked through on so far on my personal journey, *none* of them even come close to comparing to all of the beautiful things that I have seen, heard, recognized, and felt, living free from as many toxic things as possible, because of God’s grace.

And I want to share them with you!
And I want you to know, you are not alone in this thing.

So please take a look around and get comfy, because much like self-revelation, Discovering Beautiful is a continuous thing and it doesn’t quit unless you do.

I can’t even tell you how excited to be able to encourage you as we navigate this sober life.
*So much gratitude, so many thanks*

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