Put on your personal development pants, because we’re about to make mindset magic. What came first, the chicken or the egg? Truthfully I’m not super concerned with the answer, but it mimics the question I really want to ask you…consider that one your warm up! Real question: What comes first, joy or gratitude? The answer, according to research, is GRATITUDE. This goes against the common thought process we’re taught if you think about it. Typically, people think they need to
Truthfully, I can’t get my excited fingers to type this article fast enough! I’m so eager because I’m seriously shaking things up this week. You know the “Comments” section at the bottom of this page? I’m challenging you to use it. Consider this your permission slip to unapologetically brag on every single thing you love about yourself. From your height to your killer smile and everything in between, I’d LOVE to hear what makes you so awesome! I’m doing this
A family that slays together, stays together. And by slay I mean that as an all-encompassing idea: holding their heads high in any environment, speaking confidently about one another, and promoting a warm sense of self-worth starting from the inside out. In my recent posts, I’ve spoken very candidly about how important my parents’ influence was over my positive perception about my height. When I look at pictures of my family, they are all standing tall with huge smiles on
2017 will be an amazing year, I can feel it. It will also be the year of change for me, as I am anticipating major changes on the work front and possibly a move on the personal front. I am excited! With that in mind, I intend to embrace everything the universe has in store for me in 2017, however challenging it might be. I am strong, resilient, and I can handle it. Bring it on! I am also intending
Warning: This article is real and might totally ruffle some feathers. Warning #2: Seriously, I’m going to let it all out in this one and, whether you agree or disagree, what I’m sharing has been experienced by many tall women (including myself) and needs to be talked about. Warning #3: Ok, I warned you! In all seriousness, I actually hesitated a bit writing this article because I’m sharing something very personal. While I knew what happened to me happens to
My journey to self-acceptance began with my parents teaching me strength and confidence since I was granted access onto this planet. My mother — a 6′ woman with a big bright forehead, a gorgeous gap tooth, and a calm yet jokey spirit — made sure that I felt loved and beautiful as long as I can remember. She, like many other tall parents, was not surprised when I came out of the womb with an inseam probably twice the size of every other newborn. Coupling her height with
“I would like to discuss your recent weight gain if you’re open to it.” Does a sentence like that get your blood pumping or what? I remember hearing those words several years ago from my doctor and instantly felt like bolting from the room. My face got hot, and my palms started to sweat. I already knew I’d gained weight (close to 30 pounds if I’m being honest), but no one had yet to say it out loud to me!
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