Ooooh, for a few weeks now I’ve not been posting my weekly perfection busting poems with the precision of a Swiss watch 🙂 I missed a couple of dates. And I re-posted a poem I wrote earlier on the Kind Over Matter blog. And that most definitely was not the plan! But […]
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 […]
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 […]
Something went wrong. Things are not what you expected them to be. And then you keep repeating to yourself how wrong things went. And how things are not what you expected them to be. 5742 times. 24/7. And then some. But the thing is, repeating to yourself how wrong things went, […]
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 last week dives into our incessant worry about past and future mistakes… […]
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