Hello my friends,
Happy April! Spring marks a time of awakening and rejuvenation. We seem to come back alive with renewed energy during this time of year.
This spring, I challenge you to channel this energy into creating a new relationship with self.
I offer you 3 ways to love yourself more in this month’s video. Throughout the coming weeks, you can expect tips and tools on all of my social media channels to guide and support you along your journey.
Make sure to tune into my podcast YOU Are Good Enough! wherever you listen to your podcasts. I’ll be chatting with people who turned their lives around by changing their relationship with self.
If this has you inspired, I’d love to see you on April 10th at The Spa at Norwich Inn! I’ll be sharing more on the topic and why the most important voice you need to hear each day is your own at their Time For Me Wellness Series. Each ticket includes a 25-minute spa service for ultimate relaxation and quality you time. Hope to see you there!
Wishing you all the best this spring,
Hello again friends,
This week we wrap up our Manifesting through Action series with a focus on careers.
It’s easy to fall into the trap of working a lackluster job in order to pay our bills. A role we were once overjoyed to be in can become disenchanting overtime as we grow and develop in new ways.
Fear keeps us from taking action.
If you no longer feel fulfilled in your role and work is trudging along with seemingly little benefit, it’s in your power to change this. You have a few options…
- You can change your perspective and infuse it with positivity and gratitude.
- You can do what’s in your power to change your circumstances.
Whichever path feels right for you, by taking responsibility for your circumstances and answering their call without hesitancy, you’re exerting your personal power. What could be more empowering?!
Have a wonderful week,
P.S. As a reminder, this will be our last weekly video series. Instead, I’ll be transitioning to monthly empowerment packed newsletters while I invest more time and energy into my weekly podcast YOU Are Good Enough!
Hello again friends!
Last week, we talked about our feelings towards ourselves. Remember: Our relationship with ourselves is the foundation for all other relationships.
This week, we’re focusing on our feelings towards our relationship with our significant other.
Take some time to work on this activity this week. It’ll give you a better understanding of how you view your relationship and the areas that YOU yourself can improve.
Start here. Envision your relationship. Now picture your best friend. Pretend that she or he replaces you in your current relationship. Now, if you were talking to your best friend about their relationship…
- What do you immediately think about the relationship?
- How do you feel about those things?
- What advice might you give to your friend?
- What important perspective might you offer them?
- How does it feel to take this outsider view of your own relationship?
Take some time to think about the questions in a quiet space or grab a journal and jot down your initial thoughts.
Where did your focus drift? Did you think about the positive or negative aspects of your relationship or your partner? Are you focused on what you’d like to change about them or about you? Do you see the good more than the bad?
Where our focus goes in a relationship dictates our experience.
As humans, our default is to dwell on the negative. It’s instinctual and built into our biology. However, it’s always possible to overcome our negativity bias!
We can begin shifting our experience by accepting that there is no one else to blame. We think that some external factor is the cause of our discontent or potential unhappiness. We blame someone else or some other thing for the way we feel.
By realizing we have a choice in every single moment, we can reclaim our personal power and accept self-responsibility.
This week, try to see the areas of life where you may be passing your responsibility off to another person, thing, or circumstance, particularly in your relationship with your significant other. Try to give more than you’re taking from the relationship.
Have a great week,