I was watching a YouTube video earlier and this phrase was said at the end: "anything can be accomplished with practice and presence." And it struck a cord with me because isn't that just so true? But the problem is, most of us aren't present in the here and now, and we aren't willing to… Continue reading Practice and Presence
I'm not just talking to white people here. Being an ally is also for other ethnic groups because I, as a Mixed Race (Black Caribbean and White British, Irish) cisgender woman will have no lived experience compared to say an Indian, Hindu man; or a Japanese lesbian; or a Native American Transgender woman etc. etc.… Continue reading Racial Education: Being Uncomfortable, Vulnerability and Allyship
"A ship in harbour is safe, but that's not what ships are made for..." Firstly, let me just say that we are allowed comfort zones. We are allowed to live and enjoy and value them, but it's advisable not to cling so tightly to your comfort zone that you never challenge yourself or grow. Stepping… Continue reading Comfort Zones and Confidence
Introverts versus Extroverts on Comfort Zones. Who has it worse? Are introverts set up to be more uncomfortable in life? Let's see my thoughts on the subject! Click to play! https://youtu.be/It8I8mdC5pQ Thoughts? Please share! And don't forget to subscribe for more!
Your thoughts and feelings come from your deep-rooted beliefs. Knowing what these beliefs are can change your life, for you are what you believe. You see through the lens of your beliefs about yourself, your life, and your world. Get some perspective and widen your view through a change in your beliefs. Here's how... … Continue reading Podcast: You Are What You Believe