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.
You don’t have to rely on others to behave a certain way to feel good – it’s an inside job. I can show you how.
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.
We’re constantly absorbing messages about living seemingly perfect lives, so it's easy to beat ourselves up and focus on what's wrong rather than what's right.
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.
The more you can bring yourself to the present moment, the more you retrain your brain to stop spiraling or repeating past, unhelpful programming.
How much of your current life is your idea? Are you okay with that? You may be stuck in a pattern of living for others. It’s when you often feel obligated to do things, and it’s at your own expense.
We set up these rules in our minds that other people should follow, and when they don’t, we ‘punish’ them by withholding love. But we end up punishing ourselves.