I recently read a fascinating book called “Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy”, written by a cognitive behavioral psychotherapist. One thing he said really resonated with me: “If you are a perfectionist, you are guaranteed to be a loser in whatever you do.” What he means is that you will never be able to live up to
I decided I wanted to run my own business when I was in my first year in college. I started working towards it right away. Starting a business comes with a hefty side of uncertainty and hustle. Of course, right? And I was ready to do what it takes to make it work. So For
When overwhelm strikes, it can feel as if our minds will never stop racing. We frantically try to decide what to do next in our biz, and when it’s time to shut down our laptop and take care of ourselves, we can’t seem to relax & let go. If your head is about to explode
Sometimes it hits us like a brick: That breath shortening, anxiety inducing feeling that we should be doing sooo much more – and ideally, with grace. It’s so easy to look at where we’re at right now, then look up to the women we admire and see nothing but the big gap between where they
Your desk is cluttered, you’re running out of things to eat and have a deadline tomorrow. There’s just too much to do, too little time. Overwhelm and panic start to creep in, and positive affirmations ain’t gonna cut it this time. The Question: How do we get ourselves back into a state of feeling good when
Something was wrong. Deep inside I knew I wasn’t happy. Of course I did everything in my power to numb that feeling and convince myself that I was alright. Does that sound like the description of a happiness blogger? Because it is. It describes my situation, the one I’ve been in for most of this
When I asked you what you were struggling with last week, the most commonly named problem was all about not having enough time and the wish to be more productive. First off I want to thank each and everyone of you that has answered my question and shared a part of your life with me.