I’ve always had it in my head that to have a big change in perception/habit/personality it had to be preceded by a monumental “a-ha” moment; something huge that slaps you in the face with the brute force of its clarity and resonance. But if there’s anything I’ve learned in the last year it’s that the… Continue reading What Self Love Looks Like
Have you ever taken on a job that wasn’t even yours to accept? A job you subconsciously started? A job you didn’t get paid for? I have. I have taken on so many jobs that weren’t mine and instead of being paid for it, I ended up the one paying for it later. I took… Continue reading It’s Not Your Job
My husband and I had our first getaway since having our third child who’s now one. It was a long time coming and boy, did we need it. A third kid during a pandemic year and we needed alone time desperately. We arrived at our destination and immediately I found myself anxious. What do we… Continue reading Permission Granted
Have you ever been told something and although you knew it was true you couldn’t act on it or believe it? For instance, maybe your best friend told you that you deserved better than the guy you were with? Or maybe you were in an abusive relationship and everyone you loved was begging you to… Continue reading Words As Arrows: Hitting the Mark
Do you ever notice how certain language feels weak to say and/or hurts to hear? As women, this is especially true. We use words that keep us safe, censored and in the good books of all. Or, some of us are the opposite and to hide their heart, using hurtful language to maintain the walls… Continue reading Female Empowerment: What Not to Say
My birthday was last Friday and maybe it was the previous night's scotches or the five hours of sleep I was running on or perhaps the imminent arrival of my period but I woke up as a weepy, morose 32-year-old. Why? Most women have their worst birthdays on the ones that end with a zero.… Continue reading Why I Cried Turning 32
So I've recently reconnected with a woman I lost touch with a few years ago. I can't understand how it happened either. She's smart, open-minded, easy to talk to, funny, and interested in a lot of things which makes talking with her fun, inspiring and thought provoking. I really enjoyed her company but somehow, we… Continue reading Meet My New Best Friend!
Before I delve into this doozy of an assignment I want to share my experience with you and you'll see why this is important for your personal growth. When I started seeing my counselor for my anxiety it surfaced that a lot of it stemmed from a lack of self love (which I knew I… Continue reading Do This ONE THING Everyday For The Next 30 Days To Build Your Self-Love and Confidence