The Beauty of Finding Comfort in the Little Things

The Beauty of Finding Comfort in the Little Things

Comfort.

What does comfort mean to you?

Where do you find it?

How do you feel when you are truly comforted?

Who do you turn to for comfort?

Our relationship to comfort is what stands between us and feeling truly at ease and at home in our bodies.

Being comfortable means to be fully ourselves — to surrender to what brings us delight and joy and peace.

Finding comfort can take a lifetime of practice — a practice that always feels really good.

These are all a big part of The Abundant Mama Way.

In this week’s episode of The Abundant Mama Show, I’m having a bit of a fangirl moment talking with Nanea Hoffman, a mom and founder of Sweatpants and Coffee.

Nanea and I talked about comfort, coffee and introversion as women and mothers.

Listen below or subscribe and listen on iTunes or your favorite podcast subscription service.


The Beauty of Finding Comfort in the Little Things

 

Highlights in this Episode

  • On not being a morning person
  • Introversion
  • Home body lifestyles
  • The Importance of Computer Friends
  • Coping with Cancer in Motherhood

Resources inside this Episode

Sweatpants and Coffee Website

Sweatpants and Coffee Facebook Page

“Coffee is a lot more than just a drink; it’s something happening. Not as in hip, but like an event, a place to be, but not like a location, but like somewhere within yourself. It gives you time, but not actual hours or minutes, but a chance to be, like be yourself, and have a second cup” ― Gertrude Stein

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