Two weeks ago, I was just settling back in from returning from a family road trip when my sister told me that her son’s grandfather had just passed. Grandpa Z, my nephew’s granddad, was just 63 years and six days old. I say just because he was young; not only do I think he was […]
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I’ve been practicing more mindfulness. From a young age, I was predisposed to taking care of myself and then caring more for others even when I’ve worked just as long and hard and they are just as able-bodied and able-minded. Crying was not a thing. Unless it was anger, expressing hard feelings was unheard of, […]
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I’ve seen a few articles written about this woman, Carolyn Doelling, and I get why she’s receiving all this attention. I’m inspired because she is a retiree who became a fashion model for the first time in her 70s and continues to live her life to the fullest⏤setting and smashing goal after goal in spite […]
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Just over a week ago, I returned from a self-care retreat. A new friend shared this with me on the trip and I wanted to share with you all. ❤
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Have you forgiven yourself for your past mistakes? Or are you still holding onto what you wish you’d done differently? Living in a constant state of guilt is tormenting. Your mind replays what you did wrong and how things could have been different. It leads to self-sabotage and negative self-talk. You can believe that […]
via The Importance of Self-Forgiveness —
Easier said than done, but oh so worth it.
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