The people I admire most are kind and generous and do what they can to make others feel truly seen.
Social distancing has increased my screen time, decreased my energy and increased my snacking.
The paradox of social distancing is that most people have grown closer to their work colleagues, families and neighbours.
Our priorities should be our sanity, survival and safety of our loved ones
When you are unsure what to do and the situation wins.
Guilt is self-hate. Self-hate destroys optimism. Be kind to yourself every day.
Letting go to the point of not caring is actually similar to trying to control everything.
Show up for yourself first, and then you will be in a strong position to show up for others.
Grace is the ability to find peace regardless of your capacity to control your circumstances
Pretending everything is fine is not the same as knowing you’re going to be OK.
A low-stress day. Quality time with family and watching my favourite sports team.
Successful, happy and emotionally balanced people don’t have time to shit on other people. Always be kind.
Obsession with yesterday leads to regret and a constant focus on the future breeds anxiety.
Anger can be useful when it is used to defend the innocent.
Drip by drip, day by day. Habits lead to commitments and commitments create learning.
They blame others for their problems.
The best way to combat stress and anxiety is to focus on one positive thought after another until you are drowning in positivity.
Some people avoid happiness because they fail to be grateful for the little things.
Be sure to vent about your joys and not only your problems.
When you take everyday blessings for granted.
Staying true to your values, staying away from toxic people, and embracing change.
Find consistency by focusing on what you can control and influence each day.
Too much information can lead to the truth being sacrificed. However, the truth does not cease to exist when it is forgotten.
Yes, it is painful and debilitating. However, the pain can be mediated by a sense of gratitude and passion for being alive.
Living slow means listening to your body and giving it the rest it deserves. It means refusing to reach a level of exhaustion.