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self love

Monday Mantra: My Insecurities Set Me Free

It’s not often you read insecurity and free in the same sentence. With one, doesn’t usually come the other. Or so, we thought.

Lately I’ve been working on a “let it out” practice. It’s simple: if a thought or insecurity is stuck in a loop in my head, no matter how embarrassing, scary, or uncomfortable it makes me feel, I tell someone about it.

Friday Digs: Get Shit Done Edition

Once a month I meet with a group of women called the “Boise Women Who Get Shit Done.” We have guest speakers, panels and group events focused on a different theme each month. From block chain to “having it all” we dive into a lot of different topics, but this month’s theme was intentional goal setting.

It was such a great event that I thought I’d share some of the exercises with you all for a special edition of Friday Digs.

Monday Mantra: The Lessons I am Committing to in 2019

It’s the first Monday Mantra of the year (yay!) and I’m extra excited to share this post with you. This year, instead of making resolutions, I am committing to a set of lessons that I plan on digging into this year.

Monday Mantra: I Celebrate Failure

I was talking with a friend last week about failure. When we dug into it, one of the scariest parts about failure is how its perceived by others. The fall we can handle, people seeing the fall—that’s the hard part.

Friday Digs

Phew! It’s been a long (fun!) couple of weekends of travel. This weekend we’ll be enjoying some home time and prepping for next weekend’s visit to LA. (Let me know if you have recommendations!)

But first… it’s Friday Digs.

Monday Mantra: I See Beyond Myself

Even for those of us who are service-driven and mindful, as normal human beings it’s natural for us to asses a situation in terms of what we can get out of it. It’s a natural survival technique really, “is this worth expending my energy on?” That is a totally valid question and it’s important that we ask ourselves just that. Yet, there are so many other times—especially in our modern world where basic survival is not our top priority—when the question of “what can I get out of this” is overemphasized.