I have tons of posts written and I know many of them get buried over the years. I thought for today’s post it would be a good idea to share some of my favorites in case you’re having a tough day, a tough week, or really just want to learn to love yourself more.
I think the title says it all. One of my favorites and one I refer to often when I’m feeling self-doubt creep in.
This post started with a blogging focus, but also expanded on the fact that for anything in life, you do you. Don’t let others and ESPECIALLY social media dictate your likes and dislikes.
I can’t tell you how many times I have to listen to clients, friends, and women in general talk about how they “can’t” eat something. After going through my own disordered eating issues, I just want everyone to know that it’s OK to eat.
Everyone’s breaking point is different. This post asks how much are you willing to put up with before changing a destructive mindset or behavior?
As much as I’d love for there to be step-by-step instructions to solve life’s problems, there just aren’t. This is a reminder that sometimes you just have to do the right thing and wait before things get better or you see changes.
I spent way too much of my life doing this, thinking that it would make people like me more. Here’s why that never works and how I’ve learned that being true to yourself will attract those people that matter.
I was under the impression that anger was a “bad” emotion and should be buried at all times. Anger is actually a normal response to a variety of scenarios and in some cases quite healthy. It’s what you do with that anger that can be negative, but anger is an important emotion to acknowledge.
We beat ourselves up far too often. Here’s an exercise to help combat those feelings when they come up.
Most of my life I spent playing the victim and making my problems the result of someone or something else. When I learned to take responsibility for my actions, it taught me valuable lessons that allowed me to correct my behavior and grow as an individual.
Some days are tougher than others. Remember that at any point in any day, you can start over.
With so many people on the internet, it means there are also so many opinions. More and more often I hear about people getting triggered because of someone’s words or photos. Ultimately, your reactions to those things are your responsibility and if you find them triggering, you need to stop reading or following. It’s much easier to put the blame on others than do something about it yourself.