So picture this: I get home with our first newborn baby, Sebastian. All of a sudden life hits me like a brick. The reality of being a new parent came on full force, and all the exhausting side affects that come with it. I felt like I couldn’t keep up, or maybe I was an inadequate father.
Here’s the truth, I wasn’t. At the time though, I felt this struggle was completely unique to me.
Have you ever felt like that? Was there a time when you thought what you were going through was more intense, and unimaginable. That no one else could relate.
We’re here today to help you see the bigger picture, and more importantly to remind you, that no matter what it is, you are not alone.
Also, you get to see us be goofballs, in which case, you are not alone if you think you are the only goofball in the world 😉
Have you ever heard someone say “know your why”. What does that mean?
In essence it means, know the reason you are doing something. Let’s take it a level deeper than that though. Is the reason you are doing something genuinely to make yourself happy, or is it something you are doing because you are “supposed” to.
So often, we get trapped into mindlessly chasing things, that we don’t actually even want! Our society has built in this formula for what success and happiness looks like, but if you never check in with what YOU actually want, you could reach your goals and find out that you still feel unfulfilled.
Press play on the video below to find out more about why getting what you want may not actually be making you happy, and how to fix it!
Can you make a living doing what you love?
A lot of people feel like you can’t have both. For instance they might be incredibly passionate about painting, but they don’t think they’ll ever be paid well enough to live off of that – ever heard of the starving artist?
I’m here to breakdown those myths, and remind you that there is a recipe for success in anything you do, including this.
Press play on the video below to find out more!
Have you ever heard someone who practices yoga say they started for the workout, but then found so much more? It helped them with their stress, coping after a loss, being mindful, and living in the present moment. Well, I am here to tell you IT’S TRUE!
Yoga teaches us about the mind, body, soul connection. What I mean by that is, when you begin to practice yoga, your mind starts to quiet, and in that quiet you are able to live whole heartedly in the moment. This allows us to process things as they happen so that emotions don’t get stuck, and boil over later (you all know what I’m talking about)