“How can I show up for myself in a way that I would for others?” I hope we all show up for ourselves this week, no matter how that may look like for you, and in whichever area needs it! Show up for yourself like you would for your bestfriend that you don’t ever wanna let down. Show up for you ✨
It was the most exhilarating active experience I’ve had in awhile. The lights were out and the music was loud. I shared people’s energy as we spinned on and on to an instructor who made me wonder where he’s getting all the strength and endurance from. Haha!
It’s taking me a while to admit it to myself and be okay with this because I just didn’t identify with it.
What an unforgettable experience. The conference reminded me to find more ways to come out of my bubble and see through other perspectives and taught me lots of lessons that I will carry forward to guide me in my journey. I’m privileged to be able to share them with you today!! I went to a few different panels but these were the top 3 who stood out to me the most— Devon Brooks, Selina Gray and Danielle La Porte. Here are some takeaways straight from my iPhone Notes app! :)
You pursue me in the mountains, in coffeeshops, in the late night drive under the stars. You are everywhere and even when I feel like wanting to hide, there’s no running away. And I found that there’s no need to.
I just spent the perfect weekend in Banff and fell in love with it all over again! Not only is this little town perfect for hiking to chase frozen waterfalls, seeing wildlife, checking out different lakes and LOTS of mountain picture opportunities.. Banff avenue is also filled with local stores, restaurants, boutiques and of course picturesque coffee shops! Actually, scratch that because everything in Banff is Instagram worthy.
It was the easiest thing I’ve ever done and quite frankly, the best few minutes of my life. Dont know how long I was standing on that stage but you know what? It felt home. Like, I was meant to be there. I wanted to be there. I thought maybe this is what I was made for and I believed it. Having “speaker” under my name on that tag meant the whole world.