While in lockdown, I've naturally done a lot of soul-searching, thought-challenging, and taking steps towards my year's motto/goal/intention ("see things clearly"). I have been unexpectedly successful in this endeavour. I didn't expect to read the perfect books for my journey. There's a lot I've learned about myself and this journey has led to much more… Continue reading Finding Clarity Series
The Confidence Challenge is now complete! Well done if you completed all of the challenges during the month. But don't forget, you can take on these challenges any time as needed. Confidence is a muscle to be flexed again and again. https://youtu.be/G26lgSaFWcI Throughout the challenge, I hope I have inspired you to look… Continue reading The Confidence Challenge is Completed!
Who and what did I want to be when I grew up? Who do I feel the most joy and acceptance with when I'm with them? What are my greatest accomplishments? What makes me happy? What makes me angry, sad, or confused? What do you spend most of your time doing? What do you… Continue reading 15 Questions to Ask Yourself for Self-Discovery
Whenever I advocate for self-love or acceptance, I don't mean just love and accept yourself as you are and never work for or strive for better. I mean that you should love yourself unconditionally. Let me explain... Unconditional Love looks like Think about someone that you love unconditionally. I'm going to use my mother… Continue reading What It Means to Love Yourself Unconditionally
It's not for society to determine how worthy you are, like some points based system where you're ranked on your income, achievements, job, relationships, body, intelligence, or other. Self-worth comes from the Self. You.
I think there's a difference between self-improvement and internal work. Self-improvement is improving your: Intellect Productivity Diet Sleep Fitness Communication Routine and habits Work Finances And so on... But then the internal work is more about the heavy stuff. It comes from the Gunk inside of you laced together by trauma, failure, shame, fear, resentment,… Continue reading Self-Improvement: Is It Really What You Need Right Now?
What does it mean to really know yourself and how does it benefit you?