I’ve been thinking about the importance of small wins, lately — breathing, waking up with the sun, watching it set… One of the difficult things about survival mode is: it can make you feel as if you aren’t accomplishing anything. You put all of your energy into making it through the day, but when your head finally hits that pillow, you always seem to be two steps behind. But, maybe you’re accomplishing more than you think. Continue reading The Importance of Small Wins
Social media has a HUGE impact on your identity, but — surprisingly — it’s not inherently good or bad. It’s all about using it intentionally. Today, we talk about the first two things that, when spotted, can help you get the most out of your own experience with social media. Continue reading 4 Ways Social Media Impacts Your Identity (Part 1)
This Thanksgiving, my son swallowed a penny… And that is how, over the course of just a few hours, more than 10 people improved a difficult situation by being willing to show up and show compassion, even if they didn’t get the day off. The question I want to pose to you today is: who are the 10+ people making a difference in your story? And have you thanked them? Continue reading Remember to Say “Thank You”
An important step of beginning any type of self-evaluation is understanding that YOU ARE INHERENTLY ENOUGH. Today we discuss 5 “G”s that will help you remember just that. Continue reading The 5 “G”s of Trusting Your Enoughness
I want to thank my friends Matt at jesusluvsall and Jacquie at Joy Cottage for tagging me to participate in the 1 Grateful Person Tag. I think this is such a beautiful idea, and I’m so happy to witness its creation. Continue reading 1 Grateful Person Tag ❤
This year, I tried something new and set a New Year’s resolution with just one word: intentional.
Continue reading Gratitude and Mindful Living