life is messy, and that’s ok.


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What happens when your life throws you a curveball?

We’ve all dreamt of what our future will look like. We’ve thought about the white picket fence, your own version of course, and what life will look like post living with your parents, graduating college and moving on with life’s next adventures. But what happens when this picture gets challenged and you’re thrown a curveball, and suddenly you’re left to shift along with those challenges?

In this episode I chat with one of my favorite humans, Julie Lohr of Lohr Family Dentistry. Together we talk about how she and her husband navigated challenging years while purchasing and building their dental practice, raising babies and taking care of their son after his unforeseen injury. Hear how Julie and her husband pivoted and responded to the changes in the “plan” and leaned on their faith and trusted God to guide them through the journey.

Honestly, in the episode we talk about so much. It’s kinda like chatting with your best friend over coffee, no topic is off limits. 

I invite you into this conversation to get inspired, know you’re not alone when it comes to juggling all things and remember that sometimes life is messy, and that’s ok. We all have our own version of messy. It’s time we just own it.

In this episode we discuss:

[6:41] the advantages of purchasing an established business
[9:59] the challenges of being a young female dentist
[15:40] the unconventional choice that Julie and her husband made for her success
[27:43] what it’s like to work with your spouse
[39:41] how Julie achieves work life integration

Book Recommendations:

1] 12 Rules for Life by Jordan B. Peterson
2} Making Marriage Simple by Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt
3] Make Your Bed by Admiral William H. McRaven
4] American Marxism by Mark R. Levin

You can connect with Lohr Family Dentistry at @LohrFamilyDentistry or at

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Becca Feauto

Becca wants to live in a world where emails are short, love letters still exist and every “thank you” note is scribbled by hand.