In this episode, I’m talking about the fear of marriage. That might seem strange since I just got married, but I know I'm not alone in this fear and I hope to have even more episodes dedicated to this. For now, click play, tune in and let's talk about the fears that surround getting married and marriage as a whole.
In this episode, I’m talking about the fear of forgiveness. We'll dive deep into how forgiveness is not only healing but also an act of love for yourself and my personal take on forgiveness works (hint: it's not a one and done kind of thing). I get real personal in this episode, so buckle up and dive deep with me as we talk about the healing process of forgiveness.
When I feel out of alignment, I think more with my head than with my heart. I do things from a place of force and not flow. I plan and think so much about the possibilities, and focus too little on the action of making it happen.
Can you relate to this?
Feeling like you are putting in all of the effort and struggling to get something in return and then beating yourself up for the struggle?
I’m raising my hand and waving it with you too, sister!
For years, my mornings were a complete mess.
I had this goal of getting to journal and read every morning, but I had every excuse in the book to not make this happen (plus a whole lotta bad habits backing up my excuses).
I used to wake up about 20 minutes before I needed to be out the door, on the road, and ready for work.
Back when I worked in a more corporate setting, I often showed up late… ugh. I was always frazzled, always frustrated, and my commute was so beyond irritating it wasn’t even funny.
I always wanted some kind of morning routine, but I just didn’t have the time — like ever.
So when I finally quit and started working for myself, I thought, THIS! This is the answer! Once I work from home I’ll be able to journal and read in the mornings, because I’ll finally have the time.