Amy Beeman

Amy Beeman is a Morning Radio Show Producer and Host who sets her alarm for 3:45 every weekday morning. She’s also a wife, and a mom of 3 (twins and adoption). Between marriage, children and work, she still somehow finds time to run a couple half marathons every year. She loves exploring Vancouver with her family and writing about her experiences.

According to Amy…

Turn It Down

Turn It Down

I get stuck in my head and have a hard time getting out.   People tell me to stop overthinking, to get out of my head. But it’s a hard place to get out of once you’re there.   The self doubt. The voice saying ‘you can’t do this’ is hard to ignore.   I...

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Don’t Measure My Steps

Don’t Measure My Steps

These are my steps, stepping out of my comfort zone. These are my steps, leading me in this direction. These are my steps. To you, my steps may be unnecessary. To you, my steps my be immeasurable. But I don’t need you to measure my steps. You may question the...

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I See Me

I See Me

I look at her and I see me. Not necessarily her nose or her chin or her lips or her  smile. It’s her eyes. In her eyes I see me. I see her excitement and her happiness and her frustration and her sadness. And I feel my excitement and my happiness and my frustration...

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And I’m Stumped…

And I’m Stumped…

The other day my friend asked me a question that stumped me. We were having a rather deep conversation and I mentioned how it’s becoming more difficult to write authentically about my kids because I don’t want to embarrass them or share private information about them....

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This Is More Important

This Is More Important

I think about the dishes soaking in the sink. I squeeze my arms a little tighter around Sam as we stand outside watching Finley, our dog, chase moths around the yard. This is more important.   I look at the pile of clean laundry sitting on the chair, waiting to...

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Amy Beeman

Amy Beeman is a Morning Radio Show Producer and Host who sets her alarm for 3:45 every weekday morning. She’s also a wife, and a mom of 3 (twins and adoption). Between marriage, children and work, she still somehow finds time to run a couple half marathons every year. She loves exploring Vancouver with her family and writing about her experiences.

“Why fit in when you were born to stand out?”
― Dr. Seuss

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You can also find me at VancouverMom.ca and Daily Hive