I remember walking through airport security, tears streaming down my face. I had just kissed the man who I had loved – the man who had abused me – goodbye for good. I wanted everything to be okay, but I knew it wasn’t and couldn’t be. I had sold everything I owned, moved across
There’s a secret successful people share, and it’s simple: success isn’t rocket science. The one thing keeping most people from success in life isn’t that success is unattainable or that they are unqualified, but rather that they are allowing fear to keep them from it. Fear will steal life from you – and in
Loving your body through pregnancy is a gift you give both yourself and your little one to come – here are five simple ways to start shifting the way you see your shifting body.
The small things are actually big things. What if your small contribution to the world could have a much bigger impact than you could possibly imagine or dream?
Happiness thoughts start with how you wake up and your confidence depends upon how often you implement these 8 happiness thought habits. The more happiness thoughts you have, the more ridiculously confident you will feel.
Being pregnant is the ultimate test of patience for me. I’ve never been a naturally patient person, so I’ve spend the last decade proactively practicing patience in my character, most of the time failing miserably as I do so. The experience of being pregnant however combines all of the very reasons I struggle with
I’ve always been a fast walker, and I mean, like, surprisingly fast for my 5’4 frame and my short legs. My pace of life was self-taught out of what I perceived as necessity and out of a desire to get more done in less time. Cutting down on the time it took to get
Just between you and me, Trish, I wanted to let you know that I too experience moments of self-doubt. Most of the time I feel unstoppable and passionate about my dreams, but from time to team, I have lows too. I’m sharing with you because I wanted to know that if you ever feel
In a society passionate about anti-bullying (as we should be), it’s an atrocity that we don’t speak openly enough about the need for anti-self-bullying campaigns. Let’s be honest – you probably say things to yourself, criticizing yourself and burdening yourself with pressure, that you would never dare say out loud about anyone else. If
I’m almost embarrassed to admit it, but one of the first motivators that got my attention in regards to caring about the safety of my personal care products was motivated by vanity, but it’s true. It took me by surprise that learn that the products I put on my face and on my