What is Unfinished Business? Unfinished business—There’s always something more for us to learn and grow from in every encounter and experience we have. Firstly, thank you dearly for finding your way to this space I have created. For you to be here, it means that you too are on a journey of trying to find […]
Stumbling across Boss Family Workout and thinking about the joy they’ve brought me, made me think about all the people out there who might have a gift that could make someone like me really happy, but might be keeping it to themselves because they’re unsure there’s a space or crowd for them.
This pandemic has affected every single one of us in different ways. Regardless of our living, working and life situations, life isn’t “as normal” right now which quite frankly is very unsettling.
How we tend to our mind, care for it, listen to it and work to reshape thoughts really makes all the difference in a time like this.
Caring for others is wonderful, but when it comes at the expense of negative force, then it becomes destructive for both parties.
Negative force is not only physical. Negative force is also when you believe someone is doing the wrong thing, saying the wrong thing or creating an injustice for themselves, so you fill yourself with worry, try to change them, and so inflict that worry onto them too. See what I’m saying? There’s another alternative here.
It’s a fundamental right for humans to feel good about themselves and to feel loved, supported and strong with themselves. We can’t possibly show up fully and be our best for others if we don’t feel that way within ourselves. We can’t know true love with another if we don’t know it within ourselves, and more importantly we should want to feel that within ourselves. But I think a lot of people already know this, so the bigger question is if people know and agree with this belief, why aren’t they implementing it?
Dealing with mental health down times and sadness doesn’t have to be burden on you or your friends When you are going through a hard time, it can feel difficult to be around others and vice versa. One of the biggest challenges is feeling like you have to protect them from your troubles and reality, […]
Removing expectations from my day and just being by walking around without a to-do list or agenda felt amazing, and honestly has given me the ‘relaxation’ I was craving, and the fulfillment from my own company.
Such a simple activity, but one we can often deny ourselves of.
As the end of the year wraps up, things can seem a little frantic and like there are loose ends that still need to be tied. And for me with my eager, direction driven personality style, the feeling of having loose ends can turn excitement and optimism to nerves and doubt very quick.
I wanted to take the opportunity to spread some light and a reframed perspective on money as I want to be a part of the change in making topics like money, sex and mental health no longer taboo. These are all part of our human experience, and all things we should be confident to share and talk about openly.
Rushing doesn’t feel good because as soon as we start to, out the window goes our presence, gratitude and mindfulness. When we rush we find ourselves stepping out of our own experience and disconnecting from the most important thing: ourselves.
Why does trying to live my best life matter, why does trying to be the best version of myself for myself and others matter? These are some of things I catch myself thinking, and I’ll justify this thinking by convincing myself that things were operating just fine before. I especially try to convince myself of this when things get a little tough upon the arrival of a new challenging moment or task.