While some people get excited by change, many of us prefer the comfort of what we already know. After all, big or small, change can make us feel vulnerable, overwhelmed and uneasy.
But as difficult as the adjustment process may be, change can be a wonderful thing. Yes, moving, starting a new job, or having a baby can bring about a host of new challenges, but it also invites growth, adventures, and allows you to witness your own inner strength.
We have three tips to help your transition feel a little smoother…
While we’d all love every Friday to be joyous (and every day for that matter) life happens, and we all face dark days, hard times and scary moments where wearing a smile on your face doesn’t come naturally.
The good news? No matter how melancholy your mood, there are real things you can do to feel even a tiny bit better. Here are five of my favorite go-to’s…
I find it inspiring to see people taking time each week to practice self-care and to share it with others. Too often, we crowd our days with busy-ness, chores, and give so much attention to work and family, and rarely celebrate taking special time for ourselves.
If you’d like to take a few minutes this Sunday to practice self-care, here are five ways you can show yourself some love:
My dog Harper and I returned to California from living on the island of Kauai last month because she needed knee surgery (and there are zero vet surgeons on the island or anywhere close by).
Life can change suddenly, and after seeing two island vets and having a virtual consultation with the top vet surgeon for canine knee surgery in California, it was clear that we would need to relocate so Harper could get the care she needed.
Today, we’re excited to invite you to join our brand new workshop, Love Yourself More!
This special workshop is jam-packed with inspiration, practical tools, big A-Ha’s and gentle reminders to help you appreciate yourself more, go easier, and let go of self-judgment and criticism.
Our past is an important part of our history, it shapes who we are today, after all. But it can also hold us back from growing into the person we truly want to be, and living a life that’s calling us.
So many of us have dreams and set big goals, but our hang-ups from years ago can keep us from realizing them. Past disappointments, failures, or beliefs in ourselves can keep us stuck, telling us painful things like…
“You’ve never been organized, so what makes you think you can be organized now?”