So in the last blog post, I threw at you that tough pill to swallow called ACCEPTANCE. We can’t change our family members but this holiday season we can change ourselves to better handle the fuckery (sorry for the language but I just love that word).
The first step to that change is accepting our family for who they are. The second part of that change calls on us to really own our truths.
What is something about you that no one can take away?
What do you believe to be true about yourself? Continue reading
For the months of October and November, all of Vibrant Lifestyle Coaching’s content will be centered around getting you ready to deal with one of the most stressful time’s of the year.
As the holiday season approaches, get your mind right for everything your family’s bringing with them.
The love, the laughs, the opinions, the full bellies, and the unsolicited advice.
Start building yourself up and making your peace a priority.
Being around our families can be a lot to deal with…especially around the holidays.
We love em. We need em.
They’re a part of who we are. Continue reading
Life is for the living so let’s get to it!
As humans we just loooooove to make life difficult.
So guess what?
I put together these ten tips for a vibrant life that you can start implementing RIGHT NOW. Continue reading
We’re constantly ON; running from this to that, plugged into our electronic devices and always focused on what we have to do next.
This week, I challenge you to take some time to reconnect with yourself.
See if you can take a minimum of five minutes in the middle of your day just to be quiet with yourself. Continue reading
Sometimes it’s hard to stand in our power.
We want so badly to think of ourselves in a loving way.
Sometimes we wake up feeling defeated.
We want so bad the courage to stand up strong in our lives.
I created this meditation for these moments. Continue reading
This summer, my social media platforms have been full of varying negative opinions (some downright awful), unsupported information, and disturbing visuals.
I was repeatedly seeing posts centered around fear, hate and division. I was saddened to see various people’s opinions on the matter. I quickly went on a social media cleanse, unfriending and hiding people who’s opinions were hateful and ignorant.
I really want to protect the quality of the information I’m taking in day-to-day.
As I push forward on my path, I want to be motivated, inspired and encouraged by the content I consume. Continue reading
A few days ago, I opened my journal to a post from almost exactly four years ago. I had to laugh, when I read my own words, “I have it in my heart to move to California. In this moment, I give it up to the Universe.” The call to move had been swimming around in my head for years but I never gave it a chance. How was I going to move to California? On that day, I decided to stop questioning it and accept moving as an inevitable fact. The day I committed to the idea without questioning it, is when everything changed. It was no longer a ridiculous idea. It was real. Something that would happen whether I obsessed over the details or not. Continue reading