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It's OK to not be OK

Sometimes, as significant others, I think we tend to jump head first into the role as "number 1 fan" and forget that we are also the girlfriend, fiancée or wife first which gives us the right to NOT 👏🏻 BE 👏🏻 OKAY when some major inconvenience happens (as it always does).

Father's Day 2019 Gift Guide

It’s that time of year again. The time of year when you wrack your brain, post on all the Facebook WAG groups and search endlessly for what to get your man for Father’s Day. The guy who has everything, the guy who never tells you what he wants, or just goes and buys it without you having a chance to surprise him. We get it, so we pulled together a list of some great gift ideas for your baby daddy this year!

You Belong

If you’ve been in baseball for a few minutes, you’ve probably experienced a time where you wondered if you belong. I’m here to tell you, you do. You belong here.

How We Make Long Distance Work

If you are reading this, we assume you have experienced or are currently experiencing ‘long distance’. Girl - we feel you, you are not alone. Long Distance is HARD - but it is also so rewarding knowing that we are with someone who is worth the distance. Distance has taught us so much about ourselves & what we need in our relationship. It has made us stronger as couples & as individuals. So here we go...

5 Tips for Fitness on the Road

Do you feel like you never have time to work out when you travel? Everything feels out of whack and what the heck do you do when there’s only a treadmill in that tiny fitness center? I’m usually in a hotel every weekend from Dec-May because of my job, BUT I have learned a few tricks.

I'm Not Ready

The last thing I want you to do is look at me and think I always have everything under control. I’m still working this out day by day, just like you are. But because I am a veteran wife and have so many seasons under my belt, I want to be the first one to give you permission to approach this season from a place of truth, whatever that is to you. Please hear this: There is no one right way to do this life.

To The New Girls

It's draft week and that means it's time to welcome the newest WAGS into the family. We are so glad you're here, and we can't wait to meet you! Here are some welcomes and words of advice from your sisters in this crazy beautiful baseball life.

It's ok to talk about the hard stuff

I don’t know why some people are quick to jump to these kind of conclusions about our life, but I assume it has to do with stereotypes and a need to compare. I believe it’s important to continue to tell the truth, our lived-out truth, whether people understand it or not.

​The Baseball Life: You're Not Ready ​

To the girl that’s just starting out, You’re not ready, I can promise you that. You’re not ready for what’s to come and there’s absolutely no way to prepare you for it. There’s no way to explain how lonely you’ll be on the first road trip of the season in a new town with all your friends and family hundreds of miles away. You’ll start off strong and tell yourself, “I’ve got this.” And then on day 9 of the 12 day road trip, you’ll lay on the floor and question every decision that led you there and if it’s going to be worth it...

Baseball in Australia

After traveling to Australia, I realized I was very unprepared for the big move down under, so I talked with a few other WAGS on different ABL teams and we came up with a list of 10 tips/advice for future ABL ladies...

6 Tips for a Great Season

I have learned a lot from the past 3 years and am still learning. I look back and wish I had a “Everything a MiLB Girlfriend Needs to Know” guide or the WAGS blog but I didn’t have that then! So I’m so happy to have this platform to share some advice to all my fellow WAGS! Here are my top six tips for a great season...

What's YOUR Normal?

Each of us have our own, unique version of “baseball life.” For those on the outside looking in, we seem to live the same lifestyle, so why do the choices we make look so different when it comes to how we manage it? It's easy to compare the thousands of ways we choose to live our baseball lives and question whether or not we are making “the right choices.” But here’s a little secret, no matter how different our choices may seem, we're all making the “right choice” when it comes to how to live this life.

2017 WAGS Gift Guide

As fun as it seems to get lavish Christmas Gifts I am all about practicality. What will help me be most efficient come February and we are packing up again. After 4 years in baseball I have compiled a list of my favorite travel necessities as well as some things on my Wish-list. Pass this along to your parents, your significant other, or whomever is buying your gifts this year.

Ask a WAG - Making Long Distance Work

Hi, I was wondering if you had any tips on how to handle the WAGS lifestyle when you go and create a stable job for yourself while your man follows his dream with baseball? I’m currently about to graduate college and am going to be looking for jobs in a place we have decided we want as a stable offseason home. So just some tips on how to make it all work would be great. Thanks!