personal growth

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The Full-Body Yes Fallacy

Let’s chat for a moment about the Fallacy of the full-body yes. Lots of wellness gurus talk about the full-body yes. It is the idea that when you are standing in front of a decision, it is a no if it isn’t a full-body yes. If your immediate reaction to something isn’t excitement, then you […]

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The Importance of Sharing Opinions

I shared on my Instagram stories a week or two ago that I don’t like to share my opinions before I have time to gather information. I don’t want to have a knee-jerk reaction to an incendiary headline designed to get people mad enough to click. Also, I don’t like to use one source. All

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What does self-compassion have to do with Social Media?

So, you may be wondering why I talked so much about self-compassion and now I am starting to talk about social media. They are unrelated, right? ⁠ ⁠ Nope. They are very related. ⁠ ⁠ First, developing self-compassion skills (and I do believe it is a skill you can develop) and social media skills will

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Nobody Puts Baby in the Corner

Nobody puts Baby in the corner. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve watched the movie that features this line. (Do you know it?) I also can’t tell you how often I put myself in a corner.  I wanted to write a book but never did. I wanted to learn another language but never did.  I wanted to

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A Note on “Mindset”

We often hear the word “mindset.” We need to change our mindset. If we change our mindset, then our life will change. Mindset is the key to happiness. I am not a fan of the word because, firstly, it is way overused, but also, it takes more than changing your mindset to invite growth and

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