Hello, I'm Heather! Born and raised in New Hampshire, I feel incredibly fortunate to have the opportunity to raise our four tiny humans, alongside my husband in the beautiful Seacoast community. As a mental health therapist by trade, and full-time mama by life, I find balance in helping my kids to explore the world through deliciously messy play, connecting with other families in the area, having a good belly laugh, and enjoying a strong cup of coffee. My passions include pouring my heart into writing, getting lost in watercolor painting, spending time along the ocean, and discovering new recipes to cook up for my family. When I'm not chasing after my kids or digging in our garden, I work to educate and share about essential oils use for mental health and holistic wellness.

Why I Became a Direct Sales Mom

Let’s be honest; Direct Sales companies get a bad rap. Many unfortunately equate these companies with pyramid schemes, pink Cadillacs, pushy multi-level marketing tactics, and over-priced luxury gimmicks. Maybe you, my dear reader, are...

Hey Mama, It’s Your Pelvic Floor Calling: Wisdom from Oceanside Physical Therapy

How well do you know your pelvic floor?  If you’re like me, you probably just Googled "pelvic floor!" Sadly, it took me three pregnancies to even ask this question, let alone speak with a...

Six Ways To Everyday Serenity: A Mama’s Guide

Serenity is not usually a state associated with mothering.  I know that all too well.  But it doesn’t mean that we can’t experience it regularly. Surprisingly, all it takes is a few minutes and...

The Perfect Pit Stop: 30 Places to Break with Kids in Downtown Portsmouth

I love taking my kids into downtown Portsmouth.  Although, these kinds of excursions take planning; street savvy if you will.  Especially when it comes to food, restrooms, and activities -- or as I like...

Thanks a Latte: Five Ways to (Really) Show Gratitude Towards Your Child’s Teacher

Teacher Appreciation Day is upon us.  So, there’s no better time to get creative with your kid(s) and craft the ultimate expression of gratitude for your favorite educator.  Now I’m not talking about raiding your Pinterest...
go ahead, cry over that spilled milk.

Go Ahead, Have a Good Cry Over That Spilled Milk

Sometimes all it takes is a bottle of fresh breast milk, a toddler, and a good cry. Whoever coined the phrase “don’t cry over spilled milk” clearly never breastfed their baby, and certainly didn’t spend...
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