It’s imperative that you make it absolutely clear with yourself that whatever you write will be for your eyes only. Allowing yourself to freely express onto the page whatever comes up is where all the magic lies and it can only happen when our guard is down. It’s only when we let go of the roles and titles we wear in our daily life that we can then, feel safe enough to be heart achingly honest about what’s really happening inside us. … More Why This Self Care Idea Will Clear The Constant Mind Chatter
My story begins from a place of utter self loathing and a crossroads to either succumb to it and take my own life or resist it and learn a new way of living. I was not aiming to attain something that resembled anything close to self love, I just wanted to learn how to make it through a day and not fall apart. … More 12 Things Self Care Has Taught Me About Self Love
Many of us go through the movements of our days unconsciously tending to what is asked of us from those that depend on us in our work or otherwise. I know that was the case for me as I’d collapse to bed at night exhausted and baffled about where the hours went. My hopes in making changes in my life, would succumb to the feeling of powerlessness as another day of inaction towards my resolution would pass me by. … More Why This Simple Change Ensures Your Resolution Success
Ask me to voice ugly truths I have come to grips with in a personal relationship?…. Ummm no.
I’ve realized that I have, in certain relationships, been twisting myself in knots to avoid the laborious act of expressing what needs to be said. As a result of this self created torture, increasing the TLC I give myself to cope with it! This ridiculousness has allowed things to get inevitably and unnecessarily complicated.
I have been living by the mistaken belief that, when things get uncomfortable and awkward in relationships something has gone “wrong”. A lie of course. … More Why Your Self Care Could Be Hurting You
I had to get brutally honest about my limits and work with them as opposed to force myself to follow my own made up standard of where I SHOULD be. I was not the cold turkey type of person that had a will of iron and made big changes easily and permanently. I had to work at it at a pace that worked for me … More Stopping the Madness of Perfection: Part 2, Tiny Steps