Life Coaching

Guilt is the Ultimate Dream Crusher

Guilt is the Ultimate Dream Crusher

Do you have goals or intentions that you’ve set month after month and you seem to fall short every time?

You’re taking all the aligned action (or so you think), but you hit a wall or burnout after each milestone.

You hire the coach, do the trainings, read self-help books, journal, meditate, etc. and it feels like your progress is slow or non-existent.

You think “What am I doing wrong?”

You feel like giving up, shutting everything down, and returning to what life would be like before you started this journey in the first place.

Your family and friends tell you how illogical what you’re doing is and to face the reality.

You constantly share your purpose and share your light of your gift with the utmost excitement and conviction.

However, they ask you to stop talking about it so much because they think it’s all you talk about.

J.O.B.

J.O.B.

When you look back at your past and realize you’ve had it all the entire time.

I had everything I could have wanted and felt like I had nothing.

  • A family who loves me

  • A thriving relationship

  • (what I thought was) my dream job

  • A community who supports me

  • An abundance of food, shelter, clothing, and money

With decades of childhood conditioning, I became blind-sighted by it.

I couldn’t see any of it.

Is a Picture Worth 1000 Words?

Is a Picture Worth 1000 Words?

📸 Is a picture really worth 1000 words? 📸

Like the old saying goes, we would capture snapshots to remember key moments at events for generations to come.

As technology has advanced, its come to the point where our social media feeds are full of daily stories of images and videos.

It feels like information overload! 🙈🙉

We want to impress our friends and followers with a picture perfect life.

Is this really what real life looks like?

Instead, we are devaluing the actual moment by trying to show it off in order to feel like our lives are good enough.

Am I a Fraud? Part 2

Am I a Fraud? Part 2

Over the past year, I have learned so much about starting a business and how our past tends to creep up on us. When you decide to step into leadership and personal development, everything you thought you had worked through tends to come to the surface and could hinder you on your journey. The best thing you can do is love yourself, enjoy the ride, and remember the bigger picture when the shit comes up. You are not your past. Keep shining!

Lessons Learned from a Lone Traveller

Lessons Learned from a Lone Traveller

Traveling alone was definitely the biggest leap I have ever taken out of my comfort zone. 

Over the weekend, I traveled to Bassnectar's Freestyle Sessions in Colorado for 4 days and 5 nights.

From being a person who never took risks growing up, I have decided to release all limiting beliefs around that.

I learned so much about myself and others that I would not have had I gone with others.

It has been a wonderful opportunity to source myself and interact with new people.

For anyone who has wanted to take the leap, but is holding back, I want to share 11 lessons I learned that have helped me grow as a person over the past few days, which I will be able to use for the rest of my life.

Mother's Day

Mother's Day

I see many posts on Mother’s Day about all the beautiful moments people on social media are presenting.

What people don’t typically talk about are the people who have rocky relationships with their mothers, none at all, or they have passed on.

I have felt all sorts of feelings today such as jealousy, envy, frustration, guilt, and anger.

I honestly have been dreading today and am at peace that it’s over.

Recognizing Mind and Body Awareness

Recognizing Mind and Body Awareness

What does it feel like to have full body awareness?

It could be a sensation in your gut.

It could be your mind feeling triggered from that car cutting you off in traffic.

Whatever it may be, your body and mind are always talking to you even if you don’t listen to it.

When these signals are being transferred from that point of our body, our mind will chime in and think up a feeling associated with this signal.

Lost in the Crowd

Lost in the Crowd

For those of you afraid of being alone, this blog is for you. I have been single for 4.5 months and have decided to use this as an opportunity to find myself. I used to never take risks such as going to shows alone. Growing up, I always played it safe because being comfortable felt much easier on the outside because I never dealt with my fear of rejection. It always scared me being alone because I felt like nobody wanted to be with me. I never felt good enough and as a result, manifested situations that validated me not feeling good enough. I would always depend on my friends for plans because I never felt capable of making them myself. In 2018, I decided to flip the switch on these beliefs and choose to feel like I am enough right now. There are plenty of people who love me and I don’t need validation from anyone else or a situation to feel that way. I chose to deeply love and accept myself instead. Sure, it seemed scary venturing out of my comfort zone, but it has been the most rewarding experience of my life every time I step into the next level version of myself. If you’re ready to step into the you that you’ve always wanted, check out my new blog where I share my most recent story about how I found myself in a crowd of 15k+ people.