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2016 April Noelle Reader Survey
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2016 April Noelle Reader Survey

I’ve been blogging for almost five years. Mostly “off the grid”, only blogging to those who knew me (or would randomly find me online). My strategy was to SELL BEACHBODY and within just a few months, I was completely bored. I was pregnant with my first girl and could barely get out of bed, much...

Turn It Up Tuesday | AprilNoelle.com
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They Run the World

Maybe because it’s Women’s History Month, maybe it’s because I’ve spent day-in and day-out with two wonderful little girls who run the world, maybe it’s because I want to DANCE, but this song has been on repeat in my house for the last week: What song’s is on repeat in your life? And, let’s get...

Turn It Up Tuesday | AprilNoelle.com
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The Ideas Keep Coming with Turn It Up Tuesday

Have you ever been at that point in time where once you have one idea, you have one thousand? And the biggest problem is trying to determine how you will do them all because they are all related to what you would like to do? That’s where I am right now. I truly need an...

My Little Superheroes
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My Little Superheroes

Sleep. Productivity. Social life. My career. What stops me from thriving in all of these? My children. When we lost Alexander, my life changed. Really it changed my priorities. Before it was work, social life, family. Now, it’s family, work, social life. My sleep disruption started with Bee, my third. Ever since her birth, she was a...

Swinging through the Emotions of Toddlerhood | AprilNoelle.com
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On the Swingset

No one told me that it would be like this. Maybe it’s because I have a decade between me and my next sibling. Maybe it’s because I don’t like to argue. Or maybe I just ignored it before it happened to me. The bickering, the hugging, the yelling, the kissing, the melt-downs, the tickling, the...

learning to love with re-engage | April Noelle
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Re-Learning to Love

When I started Re-Engage with my husband, I didn’t know what to expect. I knew they spoke about learning to love, but I wasn’t sure what that meant. First of all, I didn’t think there was much wrong with our marriage. I knew it wasn’t perfect. What is? I knew that there was room to...