About

“Take a seat at the table with the confidence that your contribution matters and makes the team stronger” -Sheryl Sandberg

Why create She’s Finding Happy? Because we realized each of our personal stories are the direct influence of the amazing women that impact our lives daily. Because as women, we’re part of an exclusive team that becomes stronger, more resilient and happier when sharing our truths with each other. Knowing we can take a seat at this table without judgment only respect for each other’s stories and truths matters. Each person’s story matters and we can all take something away that will, in turn, bless our lives.

We decided it was time. Time to tell the beautiful stories of amazing, vibrant women all over the world. Women who have stories of courage, overcoming adversity, have generous hearts that give tirelessly to their communities, building successful lives and companies and how they find their courage and their happiness, not just today, but every day. SFH is truly, #WomenSupportingWomen through real stories of inspiration and revelation.

The SFH Mantra

We are the authors of our lives. Write the story you’d want to read, own it and then live it with passion and purpose.

Make a daily commitment to excellence, kindness, forgiveness, and love.

Finding happiness FIRST requires finding gratefulness.

Listen to your inner voice; she will not fail you.

Move. And then move more. You will never regret it.

Meditate. Even if just for a few minutes a day.

Eat chocolate and drink wine. (Because, hey, life is short, ladies!)

Never stop learning.  Feed your mind, body and your soul. (A few of our personal favorites, anything by Brene Brown, Elizabeth Gilbert, Oprah, Glennon DoyleGabby Bernstein)

Try to distinguish between what you can and cannot control. This makes life less stressful and opens the window to experiencing more daily doses of happiness.

Fail forward.

We believe we never lose…either we win or we learn.

A positive attitude is the fountain of youth.

Here’s to finding your Happy forever!!

sfhteam

 

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10 thoughts on “About

    1. Thank you so much, Rachael! It’s been an awesome journey thus far and I feel extremely humbled and blessed to be able to share everything I’ve learned along the way. Thanks for reading my blog!

  1. Kristin, I am glad while on your journey you and your sister crossed my path. You both made such an impact in my life when we were teenagers that I could never forget you. That is why my daughter’s name is Taylor after your maiden names. I decided many years ago if I had a daughter that’s what her name would be after the two sweetest, uplifting, nicest, caring people I have ever met. I’m just so glad that while on our journey through this life that all 3 of our paths have crossed again! God Bless you!

    Luv ya girl,
    Tammy Kuykendall Freeman 🙂

    1. Thank you, Tammy! What a sweet thing to say. You were always a bright spot during our teenage years, you always smiled, you were always kind and my life is richer for having known you. I know it has been many years since we’ve seen each other or even talked; however, I’m glad life brought us back together, even if via the internet. Take care and let’s keep in touch!!

  2. Hi Kristin,

    I was blown away by your website. I am so honored that you even quote me with my ( I know sometimes annoying ) : Keep your head high.

    That is the best thing what happened to us German’s in America to have you, Aubrey and Kevin in our lives. We just need to keep hoping that one day, we can all finalize our dreams that you visit us in Germany. Please keep on writing these beautiful thoughts!

  3. What a great website and such an interesting read – I passed my teens too many years ago now, but being and uncle isn’t too dissimilar! I’ve just moved 350 miles to be closer to my family!! – beautiful words!

  4. Hey there. Just wanted to say that I love the positive message of your site and I can relate to a lot. I too was a single mom of 2 girls for 12 years until I found my love and married him this past March. I’m now a stepson to 2 young adult boys as well. Our kids combined are 17, 19, 19 and 22. Yes, we’ll have 4 in college this Fall. It’s hectic and I’ve never been happier. Oh, did I mention that I’m a Taylor too. That’s my maiden name. I’ll be back to visit.
    Teresa

    1. Thank you for the comments, Teresa. I loved learning more about your story! Thank you so much for sharing. It’s wonderful to know there are other women/moms out there living life strong, focused and positive. Check back in soon, I’d love to hear from you again!

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