Posts tagged personal development
Use These Practices to Deepen Your Self-Care Routine

I must admit, there are days when functioning like a normal human being seems extremely difficult. 

I’ll wake up in the morning and not feel quite like myself. Sometimes, I don’t want to get out of bed, get dressed, or even communicate with another human being in person. This could simply be because I woke up feeling down, my self-esteem is on the low side that morning, or I am just not feeling up to the day. On these days, I find that it is important to encourage myself to get up, be productive, and accomplish whatever goals that I have.

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4 Actions to Take When You Feel Unappreciated 

How many times have you worked really hard, put all of your strength into a project, situation, effort or another person only to feel unappreciated?

The feeling of being unnoticed for your efforts or for your time can be discouraging. A giving person puts her time, emotions, energy, spirit, mind, and body into those she loves or into that for which she is passionate.  Unfortunately, all of her energy, time, emotions, and so forth are often not reciprocated. So how does one find the energy to continue giving when faced with the feelings of being unappreciated?

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10 Ways to Love Your Body in a Deeper Way

Accepting our bodies is a huge step towards accepting ourselves.

One day in February of this year, had a revelation. I thought to myself, “What if I start accepting and loving myself by taking care of my body? What if I shift my mind from doing things because I feel like I have to do them to doing things because I love doing them?” You are probably wondering why I was asking myself these questions. At the beginning of this year I was at a point where I was done with not feeling good in my own skin.

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7 Steps to a Powerful Come-Back

I spent my entire life fearing failure and, in true law of attraction manner, experiencing it time and time again. 

I’ve failed myself: in business, as a wife, as a mother, as a daughter, you name it! The kicker is that failing doesn’t define your identity, nor does it define your ability to do something. Failing as a mother doesn’t mean you’re a bad mother. Failing in business doesn’t mean you can’t do good business. I’ve fallen flat on my face enough times to know that failure is often a disguised opportunity, redirection, and growth.

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Her Messy, Beautiful, and Continual Journey to Becoming an Artist with Anna Nùñez

1. Hi Anna! Welcome to the blog space. Can you start by introducing yourself and sharing some fun facts and weird quirks? Give us the down low!

Hey there! Thank you so much for inviting me into this space! My name is Anna Núñez, and I’m a multi-passionate artist, working as a designer and illustrator – from my home-base in Fort Myers, FL. I am such a weirdo, with many quirks, and thankfully, I’m married to a guy whose weirdness may even top mine.

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5 Ways to Love the Skin You’re In

As women, we often battle our bodies. 

Have you ever looked in the mirror and nit-picked at every blemish, curve, indentation, imperfection, and “flaw?”Have you ever hidden behind layers and layers of clothing because you felt like your body didn’t meet the standard of beauty? Have you ever felt so insecure about your appearance that you avoided a party, event, or social gathering? Girl, me too.

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10 Ways to Love Your Body Through Chronic Illness

I am a chronic illness warrior. 

I say that loud and proud now, but that wasn’t always the case. When my chronic illness story began over 15 years ago, I did not love my body. I despised it. I cringed at the fact that I didn’t know what was happening, that I had no answers to my symptoms, and I felt like a medical mystery no one could solve. 

Fast-forward to today, and I have three diagnoses: chronic migraine, generalized anxiety disorder and depression.

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7 Ways to Take Control of Your Body-Insecurity + Feel Good in Your Own Skin

“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” 

This is something we hear from a very young age. Do you believe in this statement? I haven’t always been the best role model when it comes to loving my body, my features or my curvy waistline. My body image negativity started taking a dive during my teen years. In middle school, I felt out of place, awkward, sad, scared, disproportionate and overweight.

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5 Ways to Build Self-Confidence through Journaling

Six years ago, I was a HOT MESS! My life was in chaos. My MIND was in chaos. I was depressed, confused, and frustrated. I had no vision, no direction, and could NOT see my next steps. I was STUCK. I had no goals, and I felt defeated! During this time, my body began to change.  My hair thinned dramatically, I lost 20 pounds (and trust me, it wasn’t cute y’all, I was skeletal!)

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The Beauty of Pain + Why it Leads You to Success

AS HUMAN BEINGS, WE TRY TO AVOID PAIN AT ALL COSTS. 

We want to ace the class, but we don’t want to read and study. We want to land our dream job, but we don’t want to do the presentation. We want to create a successful online platform, but we don’t want to embrace slow progress. We want to raise children, but we don’t want to go through labor.

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How to Live a Life Rooted in Joy with Christiana Miller

Hi! My Name is Christiana and I am a Christian/Lifestyle blogger. I am terrible at making lists of any kind, and I am kind of spontaneous. My dream is to travel the world while creating content, blogging, and perhaps start a YouTube channel someday. I never attended college after high school, instead, I started my own small business selling T-Shirts. I called my business Chris-Tees (kind of a play off my name) and I still sell T-Shirts to this day!

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5 Ways to Tap into Your Creativity

I never used to consider myself to be a creative person.

When I was young, I loved to draw and do arts and crafts, but as I grew older I focused more on school and sports. I remember always feeling moved by art though. I would watch a good film, see a pink and orange sunset, or listen to music and just feel this pull. This pull to create something that would invoke others to feel something, just as art in its various forms, made me feel something.

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