As holidays and the end of the year are approaching, it can be a time of excitement, but also a time of intense stress. There is pressure to make everyone else around you happy that results in putting yourself on the back burner feeling spread WAY too thin. From being torn by varying family and friend commitments, struggling with the concept often reinforced by social media, “I need to be the best at… hosting, gift-giving, decorating, keeping it all together,” to being pressured to take on more at the office due to annual reports or reviews taking place in just a month or two, this time of year is EXHAUSTING. Continue reading “7 Weeks of Self-Care: Saying “No””
Have you ever felt like a fraud?
Or, have you thought to yourself, “They are going to find out I don’t know what I’m doing?”
Without Why=Without Purpose
Why is the connection that drives behavior. It is hard to understand behavior without knowing your Why. Does it have to be altruistic? No. Can it be? Yes. Can it be both? I think it can be–although some experts may disagree. Regardless, it is up to you to develop your Why! Continue reading “My Why… What’s Yours?”