No matter what problem you’re trying to solve or decision you’re trying to make, stream-of-consciousness writing will help you tap into your intuition faster.
If you’re a visionary, a dreamer, or an innovator, I invite you to try stream-of-consciousness writing as an alternative to meditation. I encourage you to use this technique to dig into your intuition and make space for it to show you the path forward.
It’s normal to be a people-pleaser. We’re practically raised that way. Be nice. Be a good girl. Smile more. This is why, when you get to the point that you’re ready to take the next big step in your business, you come up against a lot of shitty feelings. Business growth can mean setting boundaries,Continue reading “People-Pleasing is Normal”
If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times: How you do one thing is how you do everything. And believe me when I tell you that I resisted this little nugget of wisdom hard. I really wanted to be the special snowflake who *could* confine her bad habits to one area ofContinue reading “3 Ways Ditching Diet Culture Upleveled My Biz”
The first job I ever had was at a local fast-food joint. It was pretty charming, as far as fast-food restaurants go. The whole building was decked out in a woodland theme, complete with log-cabin-style walls, a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, and—last but certainly not least—a life-size stuffed black bear near the counter. Before every shift,Continue reading “Let Go of All-Or-Nothing Thinking”
There are just some moments that stick with you. Events that etch themselves into your brain and mark a shift in the way you view yourself, other people, or even the world. Their effects can be felt months, years, or even decades later, influencing your thoughts, feelings, and habits. Some of these moments plant seedsContinue reading “Who Do You Think You Are: Break Through Limiting Beliefs”
I’m a list-maker. I love to make lists for the usual things, like groceries (well, sometimes) or Christmas gifts, and I also write out lists for things I need to do during the day, goals I want to work towards, and pretty much everything else in my life. I do this partly because my memoryContinue reading “Prioritize What Matters”