Ever have one of those days when everything is going wrong. You spilled coffee on your white blouse, you missed your train, and then to top it all off you forgot your airpods in a cab. It’s not like any
It's so easy to compare yourself to others, to imagine that they had it easier, better, or a more privileged way to success. And sometimes that's true, but really, it doesn't negate or disprove their hard work. I've been thinking about
The power of saying no. So there is a certain power and positivity with saying NO. I know, that seems counterintuitive. For so long we have associated yes with good, no with bad. It goes back to our first formative years.
Acceptance. Obviously an important realization and its meaning through my life has changed. When I was little, "acceptance" was a dirty word that meant I was settling. When I was gaining independence it was accepting that you win some, and
Why do we feel the need to compare ourselves to others? Do we really believe we want what they have?
I bring this topic to light because I think it's especially important when raising kids (I say this as an untested theory), and when evaluating ourselves. Being kind, is key. I have this tremendous ability to look at others wrongs