I disconnected, tuned inward, and reflected on my life. It was a powerful experience, and I wanted to share ten takeaways that may support you on your journey.
This time of year can put a magnifying glass on the challenges we’re already facing. Whether it’s family, finances, your weight, or an impossibly busy schedule – everything seems to intensify during the holidays.
It’s time to stop giving someone else control over your happiness. It’s time to stop doubting yourself and feeling like you’re not good enough.
Living your life to prove you matter or that you’re good enough is a waste of time. You’re trying to complete something that’s already finished.
I reflected on why so many of us suffer from imposter syndrome, anxiety, and low confidence. But the real question is how could we not?
Last weekend I thought about drinking again. I went to a wedding solo and wondered if alcohol would help me have more fun.
Even if it’s something you’ve been practicing for years, it’s possible to reclaim that beginner enthusiasm. When’s the last time you’ve allowed yourself to be a beginner at something?
Remember what exists within you, exists within all of us – it’s just different degrees and variations.
I started to rely on others’ opinions to feel good about myself, leaving me in a continuous state of trying to please them. What I thought they wanted became more important than what I wanted.
Confidence = I'm amazing and so are you. Arrogance = I'm amazing and you're not.