There are many excellent resources offering ideas for how to care for yourself during the holiday season. This article from The Chopra Center is a favorite of mine, with simple suggestions for setting your intention and attention on peace and grace.
As I face my fears and better understand courage, I realize it is a choice and not a feeling. I want to be more intentional in being brave every day. Here are 11 practical ways you can choose brave and say “Yes” to that wild adventure.
“As women and leaders, we can easily become too focused on being everything for everyone.” From Karen Harmon with Propel Women, this excellent article about Burnout: The Struggle Is Real, shares wisdom learned while trying to be the perfect woman, wife, mother, friend, and leader.
In this timeless book, Anne Lamott takes you along a journey through her troubled past and quirky walk of faith. With stories and scripture, laughter and tears, Anne tells how she came to believe in God and in herself. My favorite quotes:
- “The thing about light is it really isn’t your’s. It’s what you gather and shine back.”
- “Courage is fear that has said it’s prayers.”
I don’t see myself as a writer. I’m a leader, communicator, learner, organizer, planner, reader, weaver, and many other things…just not a writer. However, I have a story to share and writing is a way to tell it.
I recently completed my Certified Coach training and have started my own life coaching business. About 2 years ago, I didn’t have a clue what a “Life Coach” was. I was talking with a dear friend about what I could consider doing in this season of my life. I want to help others in their journey by sharing my personal and professional experience.
Throughout my life, I was extremely focused on DOING. [continue reading…]
Fear, doubt, and insecurities invade what we know about who God created us to be. Overcoming these challenges helps us grow into our full potential. With Propel Women, Karen Harmon shares about who we are called to be and Growing Into Your Full Potential.