“Be in the ordinary, be in the small moments — because when we do that, what I’ve found is, you live a longer and more fulfilled and more joy-full life.”
In this episode, Nikki sits down and opens up about her raw experience as a mother of four (three grown children and a toddler) and the different seasons she’s walked through as a mother. From the magic in the mundane, to the overwhelming love & joy, to the resentment & exhaustion, and to the missed memories because she was so swept up in the “what’s next” — she shares what she’s *actually* learned along the way and invites us to welcome the full spectrum of our humanness with love.
Nikki also talks about:
the shifts in seasons of motherhood as our children grow up the grieving of what life WAS while being so happy with where life IS rewiring your system to being “okay” with the ordinary and peaceful and slow moments changing direction & the death/rebirth cycle we continuously meet in life choosing to be where you are and welcoming the slow down allowing space for our humanness & *actual* feelings as a mother
Mentioned in the episode: “The Guest House” by Rumi
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