All in Self Love
Recently I traveled from Scottsdale, AZ to Boston, MA. The trip took me approximately 6 days and I covered roughly 2600 miles. As I was driving I realized there were quite a few similarities between various life lessons about confidence and my experience making the trek across the country.
This move meant so much more than just changing my geographical location and going home because I also felt it was an expression of my own coming home to myself in so many ways. I decided to make significant changes in my business in addition to the significant change in my latitude and longitude and I honestly couldn’t be happier.
I decided to compile my thoughts in a four part blog series entitled: Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost : Life Lessons on Confidence (from a cross-country road trip).
This is Part I: ...
I’m declaring this week a NO EXERCISE WEEK.
Don’t get it twisted though .. this in no way means a no MOVEMENT week -- just a no exercise week. What does that mean? Read on to find out ...
Information does not equal transformation.
Lemme say that again, information does not equal transformation.
I didn’t want this to be true for SO many years. I thought that if I just learned a little bit more, researched something extra, or found a new source that I’d be finally be able to do/have/be “it” (whatever I was attempting to get after) ...
Do you agree with this thought :
“We’re still treating self-care as if it’s a luxury .. as if it’s something that only certain people ‘get’ to do.”
Read on to find out if it's something only certain people 'get' to do.
What is food to you? Fuel? Fun? Nourishment? Celebration? Read on to find out how food can be different things at different times and what that means for your eating habits.
There’s something to be said for processing your shit.
Imagine if you kept every receipt that you were ever handed back after making a purchase?
You’d probably be eyeball deep in receipts by now. ...
But shit was happening. And it was happening fast. And your little toddler brain was trying to make sense of it all. And in doing so, it started forming beliefs, stories if you will, about what was true and not true about life. Because when you did that, the world was easier to manage and navigate. So it kept forming stories and beliefs based on things that happened (and sometimes more importantly, things that didn’t happen) to you and the people around you ...