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Meet Sarah Vieira of My Everything In Between in Katy

Today we’d like to introduce you to Sarah Vieira.

Sarah, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today.
It was within two years of being a stay at home mom that I found myself longing to do something different. I was invited by a friend to an event hosted by an influencer/blogger. There it was a community of women together, sharing the same struggles and triumphs. That’s when it sparked the desire of creating a space where I could connect with women of all ages, specially those going through that same journey as me, motherhood. That’s where “My Everything In Between” came to life. The funny twist to that is that I didn’t have any social media platform, it made me nervous, but I took the plunge and finally created my Instagram page.

Great, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
I think everything in life has its own challenges and this is not any different. One of my major struggles was vulnerability, exposing my life, my family, but yet how can you touch people’s lives without opening yours?! In everything we do we need to be wise and master our limits.

Please tell us about My Everything In Between.
I have tried to create a space to uplift women, share glimpses of our day, share inspiring messages about life, marriage, motherhood and everything in between, hence the name. I think I’ve accomplished that and have built great relationships through it. We all can have similarities and yet intangible assets that composes who we are. We all have something unique to offer, that’s the beauty of humanity.

Do you look back particularly fondly on any memories from childhood?
Favorite memory from my childhood?! Oh, that’s a hard one, there’s a few that pops in my mind. But one that is very predominant is from when we lived in Brazil, I was around six years young. It was a rainy day, my brother, my sister and I were bummed we couldn’t go outside and enjoy the day, my mom spontaneously tells us to put on our bathing suits to go outside and play. It was such a fun day, we danced in the rain, played and laughed our hearts out. If I close my eyes, I can smell the rain hitting the ground, the warmth of the air and the refreshing rain hitting our skin and faces. Those simple moments are the best. I always say the simplest things in life is what makes it so grand!!

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