Whether “I exercised”, and I want to know “I’m healthy”, or “I cleaned”, and I want to know that “I’m not lazy”, I look to my to-do list to define my character. Continue reading 100 Days of Journal Prompts: Day 4
Self-compassion and self-confidence go hand-in-hand, because confidence is not just loving the good parts of you; it’s learning to embrace the whole picture. Today, we share 4 tools to help you re-frame negative thoughts and experience more powerful self-compassion. Continue reading #21: Four Tools for More Powerful Self-Compassion
“Lasting change cannot be founded upon guilt, shame, or fear.” Continue reading Guilt, Love, and Progression
One of my goal words for 2020 is: Spirit-Led. Last year, a year of self-care, left me with a profound desire to ensure this sense of renewal that I feel is put to good use. I regularly find myself asking, What is God calling me to do today? Am I directing my effort where it matters the most? I am therefore reminded of a favorite Bible story… Continue reading The Story of Esther: What is God Calling You to Do?
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