How can you go inside to show up more fully on the outside?
Long weekend vibes. Umm, those end as soon as Tuesday rolls around. So make your week feel like you're still out-of-office.
Resources on resilience. Becuase, healing and life changes take serious effort and these podcasts, books, and videos will help you stand right back up.
If you're looking for real & raw input on doing your own damn thing, this is it. Lately, I've had many requests to talk about taking the plunge and starting a non-traditional business, so here it is, in the most honest way I can express.
White Hot Truth (& avocado paninis). Here are a few of my fav things that will rock your world, keep your belly full, and inspire you.
Birthdays, cookbooks + goals. Holy moly has August seen a lot of those three things.
I’ve never had a flat stomach, I was hella self-conscious about it, and if there was an award for comparing yourself to other women, I would have won it.
A raw, honest, and human description of how I let go of trying to control every little freaking thing in my life.
With mindfulness, I got real on the negative dialogue and self-limiting beliefs in my head. Here are some tiny tactics I used to become aware of the conversations in my head.
Last year in 2016, I only set one new year's resolution: to learn how to stop being judgmental. Ditching that judgmental, negative energy was one of the best decisions I’ve made. And boy, was it freeeeeiiinnnngggg.
Practicing gratitude is a super tiny shift that can have a seismic impact on your happiness. Suddenly, the good in everything will become magically evident. I mean, who doesn't want that?
A field guide to self-care. Cause I hold ALL of my stress in my stomach and that ain't easy. Especially when you've got a whole lotta digestive issues going on.
If your tummy troubles get triggered in situations where you feel like a poop emoji, then I can really relate. Sniffing some good ‘ol essential oils can help you take the edge off in literally no time.
Once I learned how to stop judging others, I had this huge a-ha moment: holy f*ck, I am so damn hard on myself. I said the meanest sh*t to myself. Ditch that inner negative self-talk once and for all.
When I went gluten-free, I had all the feels about it. Where was this list when I started this whole process? I wish someone gave me some #realtalk about the mental struggle with dietary restrictions. So, let's get liberated.
Foregoing the fixed belief that good things are scarce will completely shift the way you think - forever. And choosing to focus on the love instead of the fear is perhaps the greatest gift you can give yourself.