“Lasting change cannot be founded upon guilt, shame, or fear.” Continue reading Guilt, Love, and Progression
This month we are talking about: resilience!! (My favorite topic 😂.) In today’s episode, I re-purposed my article about The Importance of Small Wins in order to show you how small wins can really re-shape the beliefs you have about yourself, and, hopefully, help you transition from survival mode — to gentle action. Continue reading 5 Steps to Help You Transition Out of Survival Mode with Small Wins
This week we continue our discussion about social media! More specifically, we address validation & showing up as your true self. Continue reading 4 Ways Social Media Impacts Your Identity (Part 2)
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)
What is outrage culture and what does it have to do with your identity? We’re going to tell you! And, accordingly, we share 4 ways to help you be who you are – not the opposite of what you hate. Continue reading 4 Ways You Can Avoid Outrage Culture (And Why You Should)
Whether it’s parenting, faith, or self-development — there is an abundant supply of messaging out there to help or hinder. The good thing is that you have everything you need within to know what works for you, and what doesn’t. Continue reading 7 Tools for Evaluating What Works for 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
Today we are talking about setting healthy boundaries, and living according to what matters most to you. And I am going to share a free-write exercise with you! So if you have a moment, grab a laptop or a pen and paper and sit with me ❤ Continue reading 5 Steps to Embracing What Matters Most to You
If I asked you to make a list of your top five shortcomings, what would they be? Now, if I asked you to list the top five passions/issues that are closest to your heart, what would they be? Isn’t it ironic how parallel the two are? Continue reading What Lack I Yet?
Reading about thought isn’t sexy. I won’t tell you to take immediate action, or make the bold and daring move. But the more I explore identity and progression, the more I encounter the importance of self-awareness and meta-cognition (i.e., thinking about your thinking). Without it, the actions we take can’t bring us the results we’re looking for. To illustrate my point, think for a moment about your own, inner goals. Do you want to deepen your faith in Jesus Christ? Do you want to define and live your healthiest life? Do you want to make big things happen with your writing? In merely deciding you took a crucial first step… Continue reading Self-Awareness and Meta-Cognition: Change Starts From Within, So What Are You Doing About It?
I recently heard maybe the most raw podcast I have ever listened to, and I listen to a lot. So, if ever you listen to an episode I recommend, I invite you to listen to this one: Continue reading Monday Mention: About Progress with Monica Packer