I am a Mom to two mini-adventurers who like to scale the mountains in our living room and ice skate through the kitchen. I am also a writer and artist who spends the free time I find creating for myself and my kids. I believe that when I am filled with happiness born from creating artwork and writing, my children are inspired to find that same happiness in their own exploration.

But about two years ago I became quite tired of being labels - stay at home mom, working mom, breast feeding mom, bottle feeding mom, essay writer, poet, painter, etc. Every label in my life felt like a chain tethering me to a place and time and even being with too many perfectionist limitations.I felt like I was more than all of those things put together...so I started to examine my life, push my own boundaries and what I found was a LIMITLESS ME! I became a limitless, recovering perfectionist with wings to fly. In fact, I will be teaching a class on this starting next week - Dance of the Limitless Creative Soul

But what I am most interested in is talking with women to see how they see themselves and expanding that vision. I want to share what I learned because I believe deeply that it willl help you to feel more free and limitless in your lives and inspire your children. So tell me if I were to say to you, write whatever comes to mind after these two words what would YOU say?

Ready?? 

Write what you think ........I AM - 

Start with those two words and just write .....how would you share who you are???? Do you think labels help or limit us as women?

Thanks for reading! I hope you will share! 

Cartwheels,

Natasha 

www.creativenachos.com

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