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Mom Struggling Well

Don't stop at 'struggle.' Love your actual life so you don't run away from home. Perfection is nonsense and peace is a perspective shift away!
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Oct 15, 2018

Hayley Morgan is a writer, speaker, and social entrepreneur who inspires women to know what is true about God and themselves. Her first book called Wild and Free, co-written with Jess Connolly, was published in May 2016 and quickly became a USA Today Bestseller. She currently runs the women's boutique Nellie Taft, named after an American First Lady and featuring all Made in the USA products. You can often find her cross-legged on the floor of an art supply store debating between the merits of five different shades of green paint.

What we chat about:

  • how pivots are not failures

  • the story of Hayley’s two companies - Nellie Taft and Wildly Co.

  • creating a hospitable environment to get her adolescent boys to open up

  • identifying the bad news you tell yourself and silencing it

Links mentioned:

Nellie Taft
Wildly Co.
Cup of Jo
Preach to Yourself

Connect with Hayley:

website | instagram | twitter

Connect with Emily:

website I instagram I facebook I patreon

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Support the show:

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