Relationships

confidence and sense of self

Having a Solid Sense of Self

I prefer my nail polish slightly chipped. My favorite sunglasses are zebra stripped and come from a lonely truck stop in the middle of Kansas (I bought ALL the pairs). I’m always in layers. Always. My socks rarely match (and I’m equally as surprised as anyone else when they do). I’ve mastered the art of […]

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Choose Yourself First

What if we changed the question from, “am I worthy and good enough to be chosen by this person?” to “can they truly meet me, hold space for all of me, add value to my life, and encourage me to grow and reach my goals?” What if we stopped worrying about how we measure up, […]

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Thanks for Being You

I’ve been blogging since about 2006, and for a majority of the time, I did so anonymously. It’s funny actually… I felt far more comfortable with strangers reading my deepest thoughts on the internet than I did sharing them with family, friends, or my boyfriend at the time. In fact, the idea of someone I knew […]

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I was broke, overweight, depressed, and… filled with joy.

Today I want to tell you another story… A couple years after throwing everything into a tailspin while trying to “change my life” many years ago, I found myself having just moved to Hawaii with my then boyfriend and living at my parent’s house. I was working full time doing customer service and data entry […]

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Are You Really Going to Let Them Hold You Back?

People are always going to judge us, always. It’s simply the way most humans are wired. We learn something about someone, see them acting a certain way (or not), or we hear what they have to say, and we judge them. Sometimes it’s a simple flash from our intuition, other times it’s drawn out, calculated, […]

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Since starting this program I am on my way to obtaining my bachelors degree, I have reinvested in my own my business, and started really focusing on my fitness. I am much happier and much more productive; laziness is a thing of the past! — Kristina Dahlgren