At some point or another, life is going to seem unfair and unkind. You’ll experience marvelous highs and epic lows, but sometimes the most devastating moments are those that force us into a state of grief. Moments of profound loss have the ability to shake us to our core and leave us lost and confused about life.
Most women, particularly those that juggle many responsibilities, find it difficult to give themselves permission to participate in self-care. Those are the women that need it the most. But the truth is… often, when you balance a hectic life, the first thing to get ignored is YOU.
Your relationship, your finances, and your current life situation don’t define you… unless you let it. If you spend time, like most of us, scrolling through social media, you probably (unknowingly) compare your life to those fabulous pictures and videos that are constantly updating on your feed. Over time, though, this can start to deeply affect how you see yourself.
If you wake up in the morning dreading your day, or find yourself anxious before you’ve even brushed your teeth… it’s time to do something different. You may have convinced yourself that you’re just tired or don’t like your job. And while it may be true… these are also symptoms of burnout.
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.
Life should be lived with intensity… not watched from the sidelines. It shouldn’t be a mindless journey towards old age. Instead, we should live with intention and allow ourselves to be present in the moment, enjoying every day; not just going through the motions stressed out and overwhelmed.