“I should have gotten my adulting sh*t together by now — I’m so far behind.” “I should have a husband and babies by now, right? All my college girlfriends do.” Sound familiar?
Most of us are guilty of “shoulding” all over ourselves and most likely it causes us some pain. Here are two simple tools – two questions, really = that you can use to stop shoulding all over yourself.
Designed by a licensed psychotherapist who also happens to be a successful entrepreneur and former nonprofit executive, this planner harnesses the right and left side of your brain by combining soulful, deep personal inquiry with a solid, signature downloadable tool and step-by-step instructions for how to make your most authentic dreams and goals a practical, actionable reality in 2017.
Many of us can experience the onset of “the winter blues” — a sense of sadness, anxiety, depression, or for some, full-blown Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). If this feels familiar for you, or if you’ve been seeing this show up for your loved ones, I want to offer up 10 tips to help “beat the winter blues” and also share with you 10 holiday gift ideas to help enhance your well-being or the well-being of your loved ones.
If you, like so many other women in this world, have ever been criticized for being “too much” in any way, today’s blog post is for you.
In it, I share the one question you must ask if you’ve been told you’re “too much,” why “too much” is a political as much as it is a personal issue, what you can begin to do about reclaiming your “muchness,” and I provide a list of nourishing resources to support you on your journey to embracing your “muchness.”
One of the hardest but best things we can do on our individual healing and personal growth journeys is to learn that, at some point, we really have to stop going to the hardware store for milk. We have to stop going to sources that simply can’t meet our needs and instead seek out different, more reliable sources.
To find out more about what this means and how really, truly learning this lesson this can help you, keep reading.
Because we live in a world where fat is a four letter word, body shaming is the norm and approximately 91% of women are unhappy with their bodies, I want to share 55 body positive quotes and resources to encourage your own radical self acceptance and body love.
Some of these quotes and resources may be familiar, but many may be new to you. Whatever the case, I hope they feel supportive, nourishing, and inspiring on your own journey to greater body positivity.