Need a great girls night? We’re here for that.

If you’re so busy taking care of business, & everyone else,

that you rarely make time for yourself,

we’re looking at you, Sister. 


 We throw a fun monthly Girls Night Out (at home) that’s 

completely planned-for-you.

Just gather the girls & join us!


It’s like a mini-retreat, in the middle of your week. 


You’ll leave our GNOs feeling

rejuvenated, connected & inspired,

ready to tackle your busy life

with more joy & a deeper sense of purpose.


We’re reconnecting busy women to inspire the joy you crave & the courage to pursue your purpose.



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our GNOs

You’re working your tail off to be the most amazing mother, wife, friend and contributor to this world you possibly can. And sometimes you feel discouraged when you can’t keep all those plates spinning as fast as you’d like.

Girl, it's stressful.

On top of that, as much as you’d love to get time with your girlfriends and feel like you’re investing something in yourself, who has the time (or energy) to plan & coordinate a night out?

It’s easy for women like us to chalk it up to being a season of life we just have to endure. Like putting your dreams and desires on the back burner is just part of the deal at this stage in the game.

But you know you're meant for more.

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our Vision

Despite our picture perfect updates, many women don’t feel quite so put together on the inside. We're striving to be great at everything, while inside we're losing touch with the truth about who we really are and who we want to be.

HeartStories is on a mission to replace the worn out stories playing in your mind with love.

By acknowledging that we are all in this together, we're establishing new ways to support each other.Together, we're improving the way women think, love, and live.

Are you ready for a new story?

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our Blog

More Than a Mom

The first time I remember feeling content in my life was the first year of my daughter’s life. Up until that point, I was notorious for always wanting more. Nothing was ever enough, even my wins fell overwhelmingly short, and I...

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Celebrating Through Our Sorrows

Tonight we paused our normal tidy-up-hurry-up routine just long enough to play a game of Chutes and Ladders. It’s a game of luck, but somehow I managed to beat my daughter twice in row.

As I won the second time, I waited...

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