We all fall out of love with our bodies from time to time. Whether you're worried about your weight, your body changing as you age, or your appearance after giving birth, it's easy to torture yourself with negative thoughts. This triggers a vicious cycle which can be hard to escape. Read More
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I remember sitting in a room with these INCREDIBLE people, who were being highlighted for their successes.... they were being called out one by one for all kinds of achievements. As I sat there clapping for them, I couldn’t help but question my own ability to create and achieve. I literally remember where I was sitting, and vividly remember my doubtful thoughts. I lacked so much belief in myself, but that was never what I allowed others to see. I got really good at hiding, but I had enough I wanted that to change. Desperately. So my journey began.
Opposites attract: It's cliche for a reason. This reality launches some of the most passionate romances, but it can also lead to relationship drama. I learned this the hard way, but I've also learned that, when navigated correctly, this type of relationship can be the most rewarding.It's exciting to discover the world from a completely new perspective. Puppy love takes over those first few months together, and even small quirks fascinate us.Our early romance bowled me over with its intensity. I'd never imagined falling so hard or so fast for somebody with a completely different approach to life. We held little in common, but we brought out the best in each other. Or so I thought.
Living up to your potential — it's a familiar phrase. Perhaps you saw it on a report card as a child: the dreaded accusation of not living up to your potential. Maybe you currently regard it as a compliment if someone says you are living up to your potential, especially in the workforce. Do you actually know what this overused phrase means or how it sets you back?
In an Instagram age, we're more intent on achieving significance than ever. We're addicted to the validation that only likes and retweets can offer, but we'll happily bask in other forms of praise as well. As we determine what will provide that next burst of validation, we rarely bother to ask ourselves: Is significance actually a goal worth pursuing?