For a long time, I believed that if I’d lose weight I'd feel more confident. So I went on a diet and lost weight... and for a few years I bought into the belief that I was confident. It wasn’t until years later that I would learn that there are two types of confidence: 1. Real, deep inner confidence 2. False, external confidence Where did my “confidence” come from?
From “winning” the numbers on the scales + thinking that having a certain body equals success. But guess what?
One of the most meaningful shifts I love supporting my clients with is aligning their lives with their visions, values and priorities. From the simple day to day stuff (like how their day looks like and feels like) to bigger life decisions (like career, relationships, family life, etc). It’s definitely one of the most meaningful changes I’ve made in my own life. When you align the way you spend your time and money with your visions, values and priorities you create space for
The two biggest most significant shoulds I have followed in my life were -- Going on my first diet at 17. Not doing a yoga teacher training at 21. At 17, after getting some comments about my body, I decided “I should lose weight” and went on my first diet, which quickly became a full blown eating disorder. It was one of the most painful times in my life, I was at my lowest point in my relationship with myself. At 21, I told my mom I wanted to become a yoga teacher. With the b