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Fancy titles include Freedom Instigator, Joy Enthusiast and Fierce Love Advocate.
I believe in champagne, utter honesty and creating your own version of success.
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Lacey, Seattle, Washington
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It took months for my hamstrings to find a little more stretch, and I find that my life is like that as well. It’s taken five months, but things are beginning to shift. It feels pretty rad.
Sometimes, you wish you could go back in time and give yourself advice. It doesn’t need to be the kind of thing that would change your life path, but maybe just provide a little guidance to help you be less hard on yourself over the years.
My friend Rebecca and I decided recently that we’re going to implement a new test to decide whether we should be dating someone. The name of the test is still in the works, but that doesn’t matter. The point is that we think it’s going to be really useful. All you have to do is give someone a zerbert and see how they react.
I recently realized that being a compassionate person isn’t just about treating others well; it’s also about cutting out the negative self-talk and treating myself with more kindness.
As someone who tends to ring in the new year without making resolutions, I’ve spent the past few years sorting out what January 1 means to me and how I’d like to celebrate. I think I’ve finally found the right way to set some goals and work with the holiday.
For the first time in my life, I won’t be spending Christmas with my family. At first, I didn’t mind, but as the day approaches, I’m feeling increasingly sad.
I’ve been learning to break my internet addiction while on the road; however, it’s tough when it’s my link to my friends and family back in the United States.
When I first arrived in Prague for my semester abroad in 2002, I feared that I’d made a huge mistake. That city quickly worked it’s magic on me, and I’ve had a love affair with it ever since.
Traveling – especially for an extended period of time – throws off all your routines. A few weeks ago, I was reminded why self-care is so important, even when you’re living a life that you love.