Sometimes the only way we can get to the heart of what truly matters to us is by embracing the humility required in choosing which things we need to let go of. Sometimes the only way we can win in our own fight is by actually deciding where we are willing to lose on. I… Continue reading How are you willing to lose this year?
This is an ode to that breakdown that never comes. Because I'm too busy. Because I'm too scared for a real meltdown. Because I've done it before. It takes a lot more effort to clean up the mess and get back up again, than prevent it from happening at all cost. This is an… Continue reading An ode to that breakdown that never comes
This is a good way of describing how my 30s is going: One phrase to sum up my 30s so far? In the hot seat. You take an audit of your career, your home, your bank account. You start to take a hard look at the person in bed beside you. You start to take… Continue reading Game On
That is the question. Even if it feels like you don't have options - you do. Even if they're only internal for now. You do have the power to choose how you want to proceed. Choosing to get stuck is an option, too. Remember this - you are your only life-long partner. This is your… Continue reading How do you wanna move forward?
Holding a space for someone to unravel is such a privilege. We do this for each other without knowing it. It's that honorable time in our life when we are not asked to do anything but to stand strong in our power and hold the cup of our overflowing love for someone who needs it… Continue reading Holding the Cup of Love
This triggers me so badly - when one chooses to be stuck over courageously moving forward. I believe life is too short to be complicated by our own indecisiveness - putting things off, refusing to confront the truth, refusing to take accountability for our decisions. I believe life is just too short to not commit,… Continue reading Stalemate Sucks
I didn't always believe in second chances. I'd rather work on something new than go back and fix, what to me, was broken. Three recent instances have taught me otherwise. Needless to say, I've been reluctant in all. The only thing that has made me reconsider my point of view was - Sincerity. The other… Continue reading Some things are worthy of Second Chances
As I drifted to my waking state this morning, a vision flashed into my mind. I was shown, like a film on a huge screen, two of my most cherished desires from the moment of conception up to their fruition. I was asked, too, why there seemed to be a space in between and in… Continue reading The Question is: Do you really want it?
We can strive to have what we've conceptualized as "work-life balance" or we can raise the bar in choosing which causes, career opportunities, activities and relationships to engage with. Then limiting the time we allot to work becomes secondary since the things we choose to invest on are in alignment with what nourishes us and… Continue reading Priorities
In the recent years, looking back, I noted that I was able to have/create what I really wanted not by actively pursuing them, but by giving them up. It's counter-intuitive, I know, but the lesson I get is always simple and always the same: When you honor your values, when you don't settle for less… Continue reading Choose Yourself