How often do you turn gratitude inward rather than outward, thanking yourself for what you’ve done or the way you’ve handled a tricky situation?
We so badly want to make perfect decisions, and only encounter perfect outcomes, that we often freeze up before doing anything at all. But what if perfect was merely an illusion? And what if, instead of perfect, we sought instead to make things… fine?
By identifying what holds you back, you’re better able to make the changes necessary to overcome it. We all carry fear, and accepting the type of fear you carry is the first step in pushing past it.
Resilience is a skill we can acquire and sharpen at any time, and one of our main ways to do that is by practicing acceptance. Here’s a step-by-step acceptance practice that can help you accept change and press on in the face of it.
Give yourself permission to call yourself a creative by trying these three tips to discover and own your particular kind of creativity.
Some choices are less about our own aspirations and more so about acceptance from others. The truth is: The only person we need approval from is ourselves.
When you surface the meaning behind your goal and give it a voice, a simple goal shifts into a mission.
Destination addiction is the belief that happiness is in the destination or can be found somewhere else rather than in the present.
Consider it a timeout to focus on getting air into your body, and then back out. Taking a breath break can help when you’re feeling stressed, exhausted or just need to hit the reset button.
We all know we shouldn’t be so hard on ourselves—but how should we be? What’s the alternative? Simple as it sounds, the answer might be self-kindness.