Tony Robbins Mic Drop Part II - "Which parent did you crave love from the most" and, "who did you have to be in order to get that person's attention." Check out today's post to find out my answer to this Q & how it relates to anxiety.
Kinda feels like I asked you about String Theory, right? It's a vague question with no real answer because the truth to this question is different for each person reading this sentence. So how do you even begin to answer it?
I'm not kidding girl, routine can make me neurotic if I'm not careful and I'll tell you why in a minute. But first, can I get a high five for realizing this about myself? It's like a huge exhale. Who knew it was so important to be curious, especially when it comes to yourself. Over … Continue reading Girl, Routine Can Make Me Neurotic If I’m Not Careful
My emotional IQ is low when it comes to my own self-awareness. It's so easy for me to see what's truly bothering others, but when it comes to myself I'm clueless. Anger and okayness are the only two, that's it. A few years ago I noticed most of my anger came from feeling sad and … Continue reading Grey Street & The End Of The World
Give Yourself A Break - Strive For Imperfection, Instead, is about how @jengotch 's episode on perfectionism connected the dots for me on yesterday's frustration. Here's three ways to combat being perfect thanks to JenG.
Cutting Loose Ends because the second people think they know you is the second they invade your personal space. Today's post is about how I'm trying to combat the urge to self isolate.
My Skin Feels Too Heavy To Carry but I think I've figured out a piece as to why, and it has something to do with triggers and creative juices.
What Are Ten Wonderful Things About You? Gratitude Wants To Know. Read my latest realization and tell me yours in the comments. Join me in this weird (yet extremely rewarding and beneficial) quest for true belonging.
The Difference Between True Belonging & Fitting In is today's post about how #BravingTheWilderness gave me some freedom with its distinction between true belonging and fitting in. Who knew I had a different understanding all these years.
Today's blog answers two questions Brene Brown asked me in Chapter Six of Daring Greatly, and I want you to ask yourself the same questions and tell me your answers in the comments. So, what do you want people to know about you and what do you need from them?