1. How do you wanna feel on a typical day? 2. What do you believe about yourself and your life that makes you feel that way? (Practise those thoughts.) 3. Imagine you feeling that way (envelop yourself in that feeling, right now, from the top of your […]
Allow yourself to fail. Allow yourself to not know something. Allow yourself to do it wrong. Allow yourself to fall back into an old habit. Because each time you do, you hand yourself the key to unlock the leaden door of your perfection-pressured mind and let the freedom and creativity in that will […]
This blog post is part of a 3-part series curating some of the most popular blog posts as well as some of my personal favorites. They broadly cover 3 themes: the myth of perfection, our people-pleasing reflex and those nagging failure worries. This week kicks off the series with some serious myth busting… Enjoy! […]
It’s the 9th of July! It’s my birthday! Yay! 🙂 And in celebration of my birthday on the 9th, here’s 9 tried-and-tested guideposts for doing your thing in the world! 1. You need to do it. No-one will do it for you. They shouldn’t. They can’t. 2. Action is indispensable to […]
I used to think that writers wrote their beautiful books in one easy-breezy flow. But they don’t. They write shitty first drafts. They delete parts that don’t work. They start over. I used to think that painters painted their paintings in one effortless series of spot-on brush strokes. But they don’t. They make […]
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