If you want to be seen, you must see yourself. Here’s a way to put that into action.
It’s perhaps the most simple lesson, and yet the hardest to internalize.
Two divergent sources shed light on the superpower of creative innovators, proving that wisdom is a universal language.
Beating yourself up in difficult times does nothing to improve your current situation and only serves to inflict damage to your future. This is a better way to navigate.
If you don’t have time to take care of yourself on a daily basis to keep yourself healthy, how will you have time to care for others when you get sick, incapacitated, or worse?
Our methods for engaging in self-love are often counterintuitive and may not actually be loving. Awareness is the first step to deconstructing our self-love languages.
The places where we can show up as you are and be met in our messiness are the places where we learn to love ourselves.