We all know that research shows that it takes 21 days to create a habit. From trying to incorporate new fitness habits or trying to stick to the latest eating plan… we’ve all been told the same thing “good habits create successful lives”. But the often overlooked part is that we don’t always have to make monumental changes in life to get the results we seek.
Life can sometimes feel like a battle. It can feel like you are swimming upstream against the tide, with no relief in sight. And while most of us persevere, despite the odds, we often overlook the reality that being worn out, stressed, and overwhelmed can lead to unhappiness, health problems, and mental and emotional strain.
Being confident at work is an empowering feeling. However, when you’re constantly dealing with the rules, structure, and ideas of others, it can be difficult to come by. And when we lack confidence, we open the door to negative beliefs about ourselves.
Being a creative woman in the traditional work environment can be difficult. The simplicity of the traditional office setting may stifle your creativity. If you’ve been feeling stifled in your current work setting, you may also find yourself daydreaming about breaking free and doing something you love and enjoy.
Whether you’re just entering the workforce or you’re an accomplished career woman… we all have our share of workplace challenges unique to our situation. For women, one of those challenges is often a lack of confidence. If you’ve struggled in this area and you are ready to give your confidence a boost, read on – because this post is for you.
We’ve all wondered, at one time or another, “is this all life has to offer?” Routines become redundant and we find ourselves questioning our purpose. What happened to living a fulfilled and happy life? Are we meant to just study, work, pay bills, and squeeze in just enough time for sleep and a little entertainment?
Women are busy! We juggle everything: work, school, kids, relationships, side-hustles and businesses, and taking care of our homes. And while each of these is meaningful and contributes to our sense of purpose, the one thing that often gets lost in the shuffle – is you! It’s time for a personal time-out.