Aggressively Edit Your Life; Four Part Series: Part 1

At the beginning of December I wrote a blog post on how to aggressively edit your life. While I’m sure this may mean different things for different people, my concept of aggressively editing your life means taking inventory. It means starting big and narrowing your goals down to something more attainable and achievable. It’s aContinue reading “Aggressively Edit Your Life; Four Part Series: Part 1”

Wellness Roundup: April Edition

If you’re not familiar, every Wednesday of each month I write a wellness/wellbeing post that’s centered around self-development and motivation. I also focus on a specific topic for the month. Last month’s topic was Discomfort and for this month my topic was centered around Growth. I thought it would be a great idea to do a round upContinue reading “Wellness Roundup: April Edition”

3 Things We Outgrow In Life

Similar to growth, outgrowth is another factor in our lives that’s difficult for us to identify.   Instead of exploring the possibilities that it offers, we use the opportunity to settle. We settle into the monotony of a routine, we settle into unhappiness, and we settle into what feels comfortable even if that comfort isn’tContinue reading “3 Things We Outgrow In Life”

Adopting a Growth Mindset

Are you familiar with fixed mindset versus growth mindset? These concepts were coined roughly 30 years ago by American Psychologist Dr. Carol Dweck and is defined as “having an underlying belief that your learning and intelligence can grow with time and experience” (Growth Mindset), and “your belief is that basic abilities, intelligence, are fixed traits”Continue reading “Adopting a Growth Mindset”

How To Identify When It’s Time to Bare Fruit (Self-Growth)

I posted a quote today on my social media platforms that said “It’s not always time to grow. Find the balance between staying committed to your evolution and taking time off from continuously advancing to new levels. Intentionally being where you are and enjoying how far you’ve come helps you break the attachment to alwaysContinue reading “How To Identify When It’s Time to Bare Fruit (Self-Growth)”

Wellness Roundup: March Edition

I believe this is my second or third time doing the wellness roundup for each month. If you’re not familiar, every Wednesday for each month I write a wellness/wellbeing post that’s centered around self-development and motivation. I also focus on a specific topic for the month. I believe last month’s topic was Focus and forContinue reading “Wellness Roundup: March Edition”

Effective Ways To Unpack Your Feelings

After my mindfulness practice on Tuesday morning I decided to lay down and be alone with my thoughts. No reading, no music, no social media, just my thoughts. I think sitting in silence is a really important act; because it’s healthy to try and get to know yourself on an emotional and spiritual level, andContinue reading “Effective Ways To Unpack Your Feelings”

7 Physical and Emotional Self-Care Detox Ideas

The term “self-care detox” sounds counterintuitive doesn’t it? The idea came to me when I was doing research on some ideas for a cleanse I’m planning for in the near future. I may have mentioned this before but as much as I love writing these blog post, it can be a challenge to come upContinue reading “7 Physical and Emotional Self-Care Detox Ideas”

Three Methods I Use To Help Manage Feelings of Discomfort

I don’t know what I’m doing. I’ve been saying that a lot in reference to my blog and in other areas in my life where I seem to be succeeding. I don’t claim to be an expert in anything, but I tend to “go with it” if I’m doing something that really resonates with me.Continue reading “Three Methods I Use To Help Manage Feelings of Discomfort”

Wellness Roundup: February Edition

I decided that I want to make the last Wednesday in each month a round up post. It will essentially be a comprehensive post of all the Wednesday post I blogged about through the month. It will be a one stop shop for wellness. This way if you miss something, you don’t have to goContinue reading “Wellness Roundup: February Edition”