Perfection is boring. . . not to mention EXHAUSTING! Embrace your flaws. We may have failures, but we ARE NOT failures. You are FLAWesome! You are FLAWesome!! Perfection is boring. . . not to mention EXHAUSTING! Embrace your flaws. We may have failures, but we ARE NOT failures. You are FLAWesome!
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How often have you said something that blurted out of your mouth that you didn’t mean to say, or said something hurtful as a knee jerk reaction because you were hurt, or gossiped when you’re not a gossiper, or said something judgmental only to feel shameful that you said it? With so many outlets to […]
WOO WOO? Yes. Helpful? Totally! My friend, Cameasha is one of the people who always exudes a positive light. Her light is real, not just a mask of positivity or affirmations. It’s in her DNA, her beliefs and values to always be the light. It’s her mantra that she lives every day. So, I’m adopting […]
If it’s not gonna matter in 5 years, don’t spend more than 5 minutes upset by it. We have 50,000-70,000 thoughts a day. Typically, they’re somewhere else other than in the present moment. How often does your mind ruminate and turn over a story? How much time and energy and you’re spending holding onto a […]
OH MY GOSH! We did it! Can you believe it – 50 podcast episodes. Of course, being my 50th episode, we gotta talk about GRATITUDE! Because I couldn’t do this without you! I am so grateful you are part of my tribe, and thank you for sharing this podcast and listening. I’m grateful to be […]
This podcast is broken into two parts because shadow work is a very deep, complicated and huge part of awakening to our true nature. We will dive into specific examples of what dark and light shadows are, how you can detect a shadow, and ways to integrate them back to your whole self. I share […]
I was a little A-hole when I was young. In second grade, my friend Shradha accidentally stepped on my pet ladybug (who has a pet ladybug!). I made everyone shun her for a week. I don’t remember this at all, but when she and I reunited after college, she vividly reminded me of this event. […]