Self-doubt is a little voice we are all familiar with, but one that we have each convinced ourselves that is exclusive to us; so, my friend, be reassured in knowing that self-doubt is a language spoken by everyone. This encourages me because it tells me that the little voice, that voice that seems so personalized
Before my days of being a recovering perfectionist, I was a professional perfectionist. Everything in my life rotated around an image of success and achievement I felt obligated to maintain, an obligation I thought made me worth loving. Perfect student. Check. Perfect daughter. Check. Perfect friend. Check. Perfect athlete. Check. Perfect body. Check. Uncheck. Check.
Brandon and I love bedtime with Ellie. Brandon, a creative story-teller, crafts magical tales of adventure that usually star Ellie and her sidekick, our dog, Finnegan. Humbled by Brandon’s natural talent for stories, I usually stick to reading fairytales and French children’s books, and most nights, we do a combo of both. My
I’m not interested in what you do, I’m interested in who you are. It was the first time in my thirty-two years of life anyone has ever said that to me. The words echoed in my ears, reverberating like an unexpected clanging of a cymbal in elevator music. It was just so
I’ve got mantras on my mind, and they’ve been on my mind for two completely different reasons. This week I implemented a lifetime mantra for my family. Bold proclamation, I know, but this mantra is so powerful and so filled with truth that I am committed to making it a daily statement to be proclaimed
I love hugs. My specialty is the wiggle hug, which is an enthusiastically active and slightly prolonged hug I reserve for the people I love the most in this world. It involves a tight grip, joyful wiggling and laughter. I also love the jump hug, the kola hug, the tickle hug, the bear hug and
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