We believe that we need to be perfect to be happy. But that’s not true. We believe that we need to be perfect to be loved. But that’s not true. We believe that we need to be perfect to be worthy. But that’s not true. What if it were true that we just [...]
This week’s post is a special one! For the very first time ever I’m having someone else over at the blog as I’m talking to Lori Deschene from Tiny Buddha. We’re talking Prince William, being vulnerable and the 1st humans that roamed the earth! Plus, we dive deep into the topic of (not) loving ourselves [...]
Holding back our opinion. Accommodating. Saying yes when we mean no. Fitting in. Dropping our dreams. Pretending to be someone we’re not. Laughing too loud. Pretending to be interested. Not asking for help. Hiding. Not speaking up. Forcing ourselves to like the same music they do. Chasing that unfulfilling career. Buying the big house that [...]
What will they think? That’s often our first question. What will they think? Our friends. Our Mom. And Dad. Our family. Our neighbors. Our kids. And the kids’ friends’ parents. Our hairdresser. Our Facebook friends. Our colleagues. And peers. Our 6th grade teacher. Our cat. And dog. But what do we think? [...]
December is Quote Month over here on the blog. I’ve always been an avid quote collector and have always been fascinated by the power and profound impact that just a couple of words – seemingly casually strung together in one compact phrase – can have. They can inspire. They can turn our perspective upside [...]
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