Being authentic is challenging. It’s challenging because there are so many other people out there to compare yourself to, so the temptation is to try to “be more like them.” Like my family. With 14 siblings, a brother-in-law, 6 sisters-in-law, and 16 nieces and nephews, being authentic around them can be real hard… >>
I don’t want to brag or anything, but I was pretty good at adulthood when I first started. I got a checking account and credit card. I bought a car. I had a job, had an apartment, called home once a week, had fun on the weekends, and I always put money in the meter. Read about how I became bad at being an adult. >>
I started waking up at 5 a.m. right around the same time that I subscribed to seven new podcasts; signed up for about sixteen e-newsletters that gave me access to a bunch of free e-books, white papers, downloads, short courses, and challenges; and checked out three books from the library. In my new morning routine,… Read More »
Do you ever really, really want to do something, but you’re just a little too scared to pursue it? Or you’re afraid it will work out too well and you’ll like it so much it will change all your future plans? Or maybe you’re afraid of what people will think? Click here to learn why you shouldn’t give up >>
There will never be another you. Your life—YOUR LIFE—has significance. YOU are important. YOU have something of value to offer the world, and the rest of us are missing out if you do not completely show up in your own life. Why not embrace who you are and start living a life that truly reflects you—your habits, thoughts, emotions, feelings, and ideas. How? Click here to learn more about how to be unique, be authentic, and be yourself >>
I’ve never talked about this on my blog, and have only ever told a few people in real life, although there were well over 100 people who witnessed the event. Back in 2010, I attended something called the Conscious Growth Workshop (CGW). The one topic we covered at CGW, which I have never talked about until now was Faith, Religion, and Spirituality. Interested to learn what happened during this life-changing event? Read more >>
There’s a game called, “Never Have I Ever,” which I played a few times growing up. I learned years after the fact that it’s “supposed” to be a “drinking” game. We played with glasses of water. The first person to go pee lost the game. Want to play? Click here >>
“Early adopters” are the people who are running out the door in the dark of not-quite-morning with one shoe untied and picking crusties out of their eye corners to be the first in line for a new tech gadget that won’t make their unbrushed teeth smell any better but will tell them the time in 50 different languages. I am not one of those people.