Does you presence and behavior on social media help or hurt your business? Let’s talk about how small business owners can use social media to either leverage, or harm their business goals.
A new day requires new encouragement. I believe so many of us start out with intentions of being positive and ridding ourselves of fear and self doubt– but then circumstances come. Sometimes we are so focused on circumstances, we are unable to see a clear path from where we currently are, to where we know we want to be.
I tweeted something recently:
If we can change our perspective, we can find ourselves fueled by faith and self-love rather than fear and self-doubt.
I created my most recent podcast– Rise Up to remind all of us (myself included) that if we have breath in our bodies, we have a mission that is not complete. I hope it encourages you!
Hey healthy bunnies!
I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Jamila, owner of the Journey to Launch website and podcast.
We talked about how our mindset affects our ability to bring about abundance in our lives.
Listen to this episode to find out how to be creative to bring about healthy thoughts and how to eliminate doubt, fear and negativity.
Hey healthy bunnies,
How is your summer going? Mine is crazy busy! How are we so close to it ending? I made a quick video to update you on what I’ve been up to. Leave a comment on the video letting me know what new thing you’re doing this summer.
In their episode I explore feelings of despair and negativity and how I regain perspective and change my attitude for the better.
I hope you enjoy!
Pay close attention to the times when you are told things are impossible. Is it really impossible, or is the person who is telling you, no longer curious or out of options themselves? Sometimes people can be SO SURE of themselves, we think they must be right. If you keep going, and keep discovering– it just might be possible for you.
I have a confession– I have a really wasteful habit when it comes to groceries. What usually happens is I purchase things with lots of ambition and I have all these ideas of dishes I will make with the grains, vegetables, fruit and herbs I buy. In reality, I usually made 2 big meals and the rest of the time I default to salads and smoothies. I know this about myself. With what is left, I feel bored and uninspired. Some things spoil, and others sit around in my pantry till they call to me again.
Can you relate, or am I alone on this?
This past Sunday I was looking online at my grocery list to have them delivered, and realized, there was nothing I had to have– I just wanted new food. Instead of clicking purchase and having my groceries delivered, I challenged myself. What was already in my fridge that I could make and enjoy? I needed to find a way to repurpose what I had and turn it into an all new meal to keep my attention.
I needed something with protein, fiber and a good balance of color and variety. I remembered I had veggies leftover from a stir fry I made, half a bag of noodles, an opened jar of tomato sauce, a can of kidney beans and yogurt cheese.
I grabbed an oven safe container and got to work on what turned out to be an effortlessly delicious meal. I’ll buy groceries later when I’ve actually run low on food. In the long run this will save me loads of money and help me be more disciplined about my consumption.