Loving ourselves is not shouting to ourselves that we should be better, smarter, bolder, funnier, more happy, more excited, more loving, more interesting, more beautiful, more successful. Loving ourselves is not shutting ourselves up when we wanna tell ourselves what we really want, our dreams, our hopes, our desires, our guilty pleasures, our joys, our fascination, our boundaries, our no’s, our dislikes. Loving […]
The love, validation and approval we’re looking for outside will never be enough when we don’t find the love, validation and approval within first. And when we find the love, validation and approval within, all of a sudden that relentless chase for outside love, validation and approval becomes redundant, not […]
Do you wanna live in the city? Or in the countryside? Do you wanna be a painter? Or a writer? Or both? Do you want to be a corporate maven? Or have your own biz? Do you wanna eat healthy? Or indulge in chocolate? Or shamelessly do both? Do you […]
We’re waiting for the perfect time to make a change. We’re waiting for that perfect moment to start something new. We’re waiting for the perfect time to do that thing. We’re waiting for the self-doubt to fly away. We’re waiting for the fear to leave our trembling mind. We’re waiting for the confidence […]
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 […]
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