The book is Rising Strong, and from the introduction it lays down strategies to grapple with emotions in tough situations and “rise strong” on the other side of the fight, armed with new understanding of ourselves and a plan for future run-ins.
What we see in other people we assume came naturally, yet we become overwhelmed thinking about the work it would take for us to get to the same level.
My happiest moments have come from deciding that the fun thing I've been thinking about is worth the risk.
I don’t have all the answers. Heck, I don’t think I even have half the answers about this topic alone, but I do know that more beautiful things wait on the other side of accepting, loving and embracing your body.
As much as I’ve heard about “self-care” very few people talk about what exactly it is. Sure, the basics are pretty obvious, it’s caring for yourself… But honestly, I've never had a great grasp of what the heck this is.
It isn’t 100% constant, and I’m not saying that all of your cravings will make sense, but giving them their due attention and doing what you can to show your body that you’re on board with keeping it happy and healthy is a huge step in the right direction.
We are all deficient in some areas which makes us frustrated, depressed, self-conscious, embarrassed. We all have capacity to change those things through our mindset and dedicated action.
For at least the first five years of our lives our families teach us all that we knew about ourselves, the world, and our place in it. Five years of crucial development time amounts to about a million moments of self-image building.
These little reflections are quickly making Tuesday my favorite day of the week! Who knew such small things could have such power?! This week's Tuesday Timeout comes straight from the citrus aisle at Whole Foods😉 Choose right now that you will do everything in your power to give no energy to negativity. Challenges will keep… Continue reading Tuesday Timeout #3
Tuesday Timeout... If you want to rise above the needless chaos, if your purpose is greater than your desire for procrastination, if you have big goals but even bigger distractions, the greatest skill you can learn is how to quiet and focus your mind. Modern society is filled with things to steal your focus and… Continue reading Tuesday Timeout #2