Have you ever not been doing something because you were afraid of making a fool of yourself? Have you ever done something you really really wanted to do with a “I-don’t-really-care-that-much”-attitude, hoping to make the disappointment of potential failure more bearable that way? Well, then you might like my first ever column for [...]
I saw this quote on Arianna Huffington’s Instagram earlier today And I realized We don’t listen to ourselves. We ignore what we truly want. We dismiss what we really need. We ridicule ourselves with harsh self talk. We just push ourselves forward, scaring ourselves forward with the dreaded idea of having [...]
I love the Oscars. And I love red carpets. And even though I didn’t watch the Oscars live – there’s plenty of videos and red carpet pics on the interwebs to indulge in, which – of course – I’ve been doing diligently over the past couple of days! :) And of course there’s the one [...]
Sometimes you’ve got that great idea. The story you wanna tell. The book you wanna write. The painting class you wanna take. The career change you wanna make. The new venture you wanna embark on. You get all excited. And then you ditch the idea. Because they won’t like it. They [...]
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! [...]
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