Start Knowing What You Want
As women, we have been conditioned to put the needs and emotions of others ahead of our own. We spend so much time tying to make everyone else happy that we rarely stop to think, "Hey, what do I want? What would make me happy?" In this video, I give you a roadmap for getting in touch with what you really want. Once you know what you want you can start setting impactful resolutions for 2017. Most importantly, you can start taking action on what you want! If you are feeling ins
The Magic of Gratitude
Thanksgiving is coming up which means we are going to hear a lot about gratitude. I'm using this time to level up my gratitude game! I'll be sharing a daily gratitude post on Facebook every day in November and I encourage you to join me! I caught the gratitude bug about a year ago. It happened when I noticed a friend had started posting on Facebook every day with a picture and explanation of something she was grateful for. I thought it was so beautiful and, with every post, I
The Truth About Perfectionism
I used to wear the label "Perfectionist" as a badge of honor. I thought it symbolized that I was a detail-oriented, high-achieving leader! And it did...for a while. However, after my wedding day panic attack, I realized that being a perfectionist also hurt me in a lot of ways; especially with the stress and pressure that I put on myself. For the first time, I started to ask myself questions like, why was it so important for me to be perfect, what was I really striving for, wh
How Did You Get Started Anyway?
One question that I always get asked is, “How did you get started in this work, anyway?” It’s a fair question. I mean, what could make a perfectly successful ivy league student and non-profit manager change her life, leave her job and move across the country? It actually all started with a panic attack…on my wedding day! I wish I could have been a Zen Bride. I wish that for you too. I wish that for every bride, really. I, however, was the opposite of a Zen bride. Looking back