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Reinvention Helped Me Take My Power Back, here is how it can help you too!Reinvention may sound glamourous, fun, and exciting, but it felt like moving backward for me. At 35, I exchanged a fabulous London lifestyle with a...
10 Powerful Words of Affirmations That Work
Why do words of affirmations work?
Science has proven smiling as an immediate effect on your mood by increasing dopamine levels. Positive words of affirmation work the same way for our brains. Our thoughts program our beliefs, and our beliefs direct our actions. When we fill our minds with positivity, we begin to believe in ourselves and move forward with love instead of fear.
8 Mindset Hacks to Reinvent Yourself for 2021
When our lives appear to take a turn for the worst, we have an opportunity to thrive from the challenges we face. Reinvention means to reframe our perspective of our current situation so we can set ourselves up for success in the future. 2020 has been a series of instability, insecurity, and unpredictability. However, we can look at this year as teaching valuable life lessons we will carry with us into 2021.
As a mindset coach and reinvention expert, I am sharing 8 mindset hacks to reinvent yourself for the New Year.
Clearing your Space | A Modern Guide to Smudging with Sage & Palo Santo
A Modern Guide to Smudging and clearing your space of negative energy. With information constantly at our fingertips and the daily panic inducing news updates, people are looking to alternative ways of wellness that do not rely on modern medicine’s quick fixes. Sage Smudging is a traditional energy cleansing that is enjoying a successful comeback because….and after the first half of 2020 I think we can all use a reboot! Who’s with me?
10 Things to Remember.... When You’re Forced to Change Your Life
Nobody told me at 26, on the first day of opening a new business, I would wake up to two planes flying through the Twin Towers, in perfect view from my bedroom window. Debris and smoke filled my Tribeca apartment as my favorite view to wake and fall asleep to was gone. In the blink of an eye life as I knew it changed.
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What my Dad’s Suicide Taught Me
My Dad’s suicide taught me pain is temporary.
Sometimes the strongest people in our lives are the ones we need to check up on. They are the ones who walk in silence, carrying the weight of the world with a heavy heart. My Dad was the strongest person I knew. He had the brightest smile and the most honest laugh but beneath the surface was a sadness he eventually surrendered to.
Eating to Reduce Stress and Increase Happiness? Yes, this is a real thing!
Wouldn't it be a dream if eating could make you feel more happy and less stressed? Well I've got some great news for you! There are plenty of foods out there that have been proven to make your brain happier and more relaxed.... so eat on reduce that stress!
How to "Fit In" Getting FitSome of my favorite workout sessions have been right in my own living room!
There are tons of great exercises that you can do from the comfort of your own home while you have some spare time. So try doing a set of pushups while waiting for the water to boil or do plank exercises while binge watching your favorite show. Either way it's a great way to multitask!
Why Meditation should be a necessity
Its so important it should be taught in schools to children. It can bring order to an anxious mind, and peace to a troubled heart. Who doesn't need more of that! From thinking of it as something of a hobby to doing it as part of your daily chore, we’re all quite aware (for quite some time now) about the benefits of meditation. However, the reasons for engaging in it are still blurry.
4 rituals that will make you happierYou get all kinds of happiness advice on the internet from people who don't know what they're talking about. Don't trust them. Actually, don't tru...
How to Train your Brain to STOP WorryingWorrying is an unnecessary evil when it comes to your mental health. Some consider it simply a bad habit that can be unlearned with practice. Some think that worrying may serve a purpose for the brain by helping us to learn from past experiences and prepare for new ones. Whether good or bad, worrying occupies our brain by focusing on an uncertain future that we can’t control.