This week I had the pleasure of speaking with Suzie Wheeler all about limiting beliefs and how they can keep us from living the lives we want.
Suzie helps divorced moms live optimal lives in every way. Her superpower is helping them create the life they want on the inside so that it has no choice but to become their external reality.
It seems as though there is a stereotype that has prevailed over the years that if you are single on Valentines Day you should be sad. Or depressed. Simply because you don’t have someone to buy you flowers or candy. But we DO have someone who can buy us flowers and candy. We can buy them our damn selves.
If someone shows you their true colors, don’t try to repaint them.
This statement really hits home for me. I realized years ago, after my last relationship, that I am a fixer.
I think about people in terms of who they could be. Completely ignoring who they really are a lot of times. Looking past the red flags to only try to see the good things. I try to repaint them. Seeing the potential while ignoring the bad things about them.
If you have been following my blog and podcast you know that in November of 2019 I was diagnosed with breast cancer. After various appointments and tests my doctor told me that she recommended I get a mastectomy. This post and podcast episode is all about my experience with my double mastectomy.
In the last podcast episode we talked about how you can use your breathing to help calm yourself when you feel overwhelmed. Being able to take just a moment to breath can bring you back to a calmer state where you are able to function again.
Ok, that’s great but how do we keep ourselves from ever getting to that overwhelmed state to begin with?
This is what we are covering in this episode. How can you prioritize your life in a way that helps you be less stressed and more productive?
After yet another unarmed black man was killed by a police officer – blatantly murdered for all the world to see – our country is in crisis. Though if we are being honest, it has been in crisis for a long time. The racism so deeply embedded into our culture has started to slither its way back out from under the rocks it hid under. Though, now I know for many it wasn’t hidden. It was never hidden.