Part 3 - Budgeting Your Energy When it comes to dealing with perfectionism and finding more balance, I think the trick is to look at your life and its patterns. If you’re generally feeling overwhelmed/unmotivated/imbalanced/drained/unhappy, then the areas you are giving your attention to aren’t sustainable and you need to redistribute your time and focus … Continue reading Part 3 – Inside the Mind of a (Recovering?) Perfectionist: A Series
"A Sunday well-spent brings a week of content." Like, I know the quote is true, but I have a very complicated relationship with Sundays, and I think I sometimes feel the need to rebel against all the demands of adulting. On the one hand, I love Sundays and all they have the potential to stand … Continue reading Sunday Thoughts.
Part 2 - Doing Our Gosh-Darn-Best (You Can't Pour From an Empty Cup) Okay, so in my last post, I discussed the fact that I am coming to terms with being a perfectionist and learning to practice a more balanced lifestyle. As they say, the first step is always awareness! Unfortunately, I think the next … Continue reading Part 2 – Inside the Mind of a (Recovering?) Perfectionist: A Series
PART 1 - A Confession and Some Hope. Confession: I, Sara, am a perfectionist. I know a lot of time when others make this claim, they use the term ‘recovering perfectionist’. I’m not sure I qualify. Sometimes weeks months ahem, years, I am better at managing it and keeping things realistic. At other times… well…. The … Continue reading Inside the Mind of a (Recovering?) Perfectionist: A Series
“You are creating the story of your life, so what story are you telling about yourself?” -Rhonda Byrnes So here’s the thing. Often, we are surrounded by “buzz words”. They’re like a word of the times - trendy, and seemingly everywhere. Here’s the other thing - your “buzz words” are pretty specific to … Continue reading On the Dangers of Manifestation, Uncomfortable Truths, and Rocking Your Journey
Image from Pinterest So here's the thing. No one who is gluten free actually wants to be gluten free. First of all, it makes you feel like a pain anytime there's some sort of public or social gathering involving food. Second of all, bread and cookies are literally everyone's favourite foods. (If they say otherwise, … Continue reading So the whole gluten thing…
-- This is something I have been reflecting on a lot lately, as I work to surround myself more with women who light me up and look back on relationships that, well... didn't. I know this seems to be the theme of the current era but there is something so uniquely powerful about women holding … Continue reading You can also be a glowy-angel. (It’s all about perception)