Did you know, our own Dr. Denise is also a contributor for the Wichita Moms Blog? Here are three of her recent posts – chock full of insight and value (especially for women, but not exclusively) as you navigate your family life, choose your mindset and crush it in business.
When my son was little, it was easy to catch his attention. We would cuddle and watch Mickey Mouse or bond over a bowl of Mac and Cheese. But those sweet simple years turned into memories and I am left looking for opportunities where I can capture his interest and keep an active place in […]
This is the month we focus on other people to love, but you can’t forget about the person you need to love first: yourself. I used to think that self love was a marketing ploy to sell products to indulge myself, or you had to be some sort of unachievable balanced person that has mastered their […]
Being a mom and running your own business is like juggling grease-covered kittens. Its easy to feel like we are running out of energy in contrast to our colleagues with fewer parental responsibilities. They seem to grow their businesses and keep up with online marketing trends without a problem. Can we compete with that?
Denise is a chiropractor and speaker, wife to Ryan, and mama to Eli (b. 2009), Hadley (b. 2012), and three-going-on-thirteen youngest daughter Lucy (b. 2015). She moved to Wichita with her husband in 2007 after living in West Michigan and Dallas, Texas, but Wichita became her home from the start. With a Bachelors in Graphic Design and Marketing and Doctorate of Chiropractic, she co-owns a practice with her husband in East Wichita where they find joy in serving others throughout our community. In her spare time, Denise loves to record her podcast which empowers others in vocabulary and etiquette of communication. Denise enjoys being involved in her church when possible, is passionate about healthy food and exercise, and appreciates listening to a good podcast while doing chores. With all that needs to be done in a day, she never misses the opportunity to remind her children that they are the most important part of it.