New “Challenge” For All Those Wanting to Cultivate the Relationship with Themselves!

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If you enjoyed the Kindness Challenge, I’ve got something special for you! I’ve received so much feedback from people in the past few months that I’ve created a 30-day practice meant to help you cultivate the relationship you have with yourself. If you’re wanting to connect with yourself more, you’ll want to check this out! Each day has a prompt for you to dedicate some time to yourself. Continue reading “New “Challenge” For All Those Wanting to Cultivate the Relationship with Themselves!”

Self-Acceptance Creates Authenticity

We’ve all seen people who are confident in who they are, vulnerable, speak their truth, and go through life courageously. It’s easy to think they are called, chosen even to live such a robust life. The truth is, they’ve worked for it and not just by climbing up the ladder of success. They’ve done the inner work if they’re truly living an authentic life. Self-acceptance […]

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Don’t Stunt Your Growth!

I have to admit there was a vast portion of my life where I tried to avoid challenge. I was a perfectionist and wanted to be good at everything I did. I saw weakness when I was challenged and would try to avoid it at all costs. Continue reading “Don’t Stunt Your Growth!”

Owning Your Self-Worth

Self-worth is an interesting topic. Society would have you believe that it comes from being validated by others. That sense of self-worth is also superficial. It comes from being an acceptable size. Looking a certain way. Driving a nice vehicle. Having a big house. Holding a job that earns a lot of money and affords […]

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The Gift of Self-Acceptance

One of the most important things I learned during my journey of self-discovery and healing was to accept myself. Somewhere along the journey of my life, I started to see the flaws in myself and that was all I was able to see. From looking in the mirror to looking within, all I saw was […]

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A New Way to Think About Yoga

This is a guest post written by Beth over at The Mama Bear Yogini. Thank you, Beth, for collaborating and sharing your first guest post with my community.

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When you think of yoga what comes to mind? Probably really flexible people doing all sorts of handstands and other balancing poses. I know that’s what I thought when I first started thinking about yoga. “Well, I’ll get there. That’s what it’s all about right?” That’s what I told myself. “It’s all about learning to do awesome poses that I can upload to Instagram and show off to the world.” Continue reading “A New Way to Think About Yoga”

Kindness Challenge Finale

Attention Kindness Challenge participants!

If you haven’t signed up for the challenge yet and would like details about the challenge, click here.

Don’t forget to bookmark this post so you can link your reflection post here once you write it at the end of the week. 

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Week 7| Grateful for Kindness

Attention Kindness Challenge participants!

In this post, you’ll find:

  • this week’s theme prompt & exercise
  • video showing how kindness always returns its investment
  • the reflection post prompt questions for this week

If you haven’t signed up for the challenge yet and would like details about the challenge, click here. Continue reading “Week 7| Grateful for Kindness”

Week 6| Kindness Without Expectation

Attention Kindness Challenge participants!

In this post, you’ll find:

  • this week’s theme prompt & exercise
  • video showing how kindness always returns its investment
  • the reflection post prompt questions for this week

If you haven’t signed up for the challenge yet and would like details about the challenge, click here. Continue reading “Week 6| Kindness Without Expectation”

Energy, Attention & Intention

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It’s funny, today I was thinking about the importance of what you focus on. As a kid, I remember seeing behaviors, traits, and characteristics that I didn’t like and vowing to never do or be that way. The thing is, inevitably, I ended up doing and becoming the way I didn’t want to. During my journey of self-discovery, I realized that I had spent too much time taking note of and focusing on what I didn’t want. True to the saying, Continue reading “Energy, Attention & Intention”