Boundaries Are Essential For Happy Relationships

We’ve all had people in our life who treat us badly. They’re rude to us, they talk down to us, they can be really aggressive or manipulative. They might even
flow, peace, mindfulness

The Magic Of Surrender

Goals are important. Mindset is important. Motivation is important. But there’s something missing from all of these, something we don’t really talk about in the personal development space, something that’s

The Most Important Advice I’d Give to My Younger Self (or Anyone)

A lot of people say we shouldn’t look back in life, that we’re wasting time if we do. While we definitely don’t want to live in our past, there’s so
Resilience, Strength, Personal Growth

Resilience: The ESSENTIAL ingredient to a happy life

Our capacity to be resilient, our capacity to endure struggle and failure and heartbreak, determines the quality of our lives. None of us can create lives we love, none of
productivity, the progress principle

Stop Waiting For Your Big Break! Use the Progress Principle Instead

“Is this it? Is this all that there is to life? There has to be more.” These are the thoughts that would drift into my mind as my head hit

How to Tune Out Negativity

#triggerwarning “I hope you get raped again.”  That was one of the messages I received after speaking publicly about being raped. A year before that message would’ve broken me.  I

The Most Important Thing To Remember About Playing Small In Your Life

Picture this: You wake up excited to get out of bed… Excited to get to your work, your family, your friends… excited to get on your yoga mat, excited to
outdoors, nature, forest bathing

Self-Care Tip: Spend Time in Nature

Stressed, irritable  and burnt out. That’s how I felt those last few days. Not even my usual yoga and meditation practice could do much to improve my mood. I also

How to Stop an Anxiety Attack- A One Minute Technique

It was a regular evening. I was sitting in a taxi on my way to an appointment.  The phone in my hand lit up with a new message. Everything slowed

From Pain to Beauty: Lessons from a Make-up Artist

Growing up I was often reminded that I wasn’t the idea of smart and/or beautiful. I was criticized and compared constantly about my appearance. I cried a lot and blamed