In a world where we can be free to be anything we want, the greatest freedom is to be who you truly are, without a mask.
When we view procrastination as an invitation to self-investigation and come armed with self-compassion, we can turn procrastination into a potent productivity tool.
What happens when you commit to a course of study for a year, not out of obligation, but out of desire? You will inevitably transform more than your mind.
Our true home is not something we need to “find.” There’s no search to run, no listing portal to scour, no properties to tour.
The life we live in a space isn’t always what we envision. But what makes a life, anyway?
To avoid the pain of regret and disappointment, we often try to turn every failure and mistake into an “opportunity” or a “lesson.” But when we bypass the pain, we deny ourselves the true growth opportunity.