The Misconceptions (and Secrets) of Self-Worth

If you don’t (yet) love yourself and don’t (yet) assume others just can’t wait to love you, you are not alone. To help transform this epidemic, come join coach and author LiYana Silver as she shares three potent secrets to radiant yet humble self-worth.

3 Crucial Self-Care Practices for Highly Sensitive Women

Habituating self-care and prioritizing yourself is life changing. For highly-sensitive women there are three crucial practices we must put into place to move out of a place of surviving and into a place of thriving. Highly Sensitive Badass and Coach Cortney Chaite shares 3 crucial self-care practices that will help you establish a new mindset around self-care.




The Ultimate Balance

No one, not even a dedicated workaholic like me, loves work for work’s sake. It’s what that work produces that keeps us going. But if we want to sustain that level of accomplishment, we need to care for ourselves in whatever way keeps those beloved tasks feeling joyful, light, and inspired, or risk losing what we value most―the very things that motivate us in the first place. That is the ultimate balance, the place where what we give and what we receive are equal, and in flow.




My Journey through Grief to Gratitude

Every person’s experience around grief is uniquely their own, and every one of them is exactly perfect. I am sharing my own because it is utterly important that you love yourself through the snot filled tears and angry outbursts… right up through the beautiful moment that the gratitude firmly seats in your core!




3 Ways to Authentically Show Up For Your Life

Following those moments of joy and letting them lead you requires being awake and present to what lights you up. Those moments are like breadcrumbs that guide you to your heart’s desires. Validating your needs and desires will help you come alive and show up as your authentic and happy self. Felicia Baucom shares 3 ways you can start living authentically today.




Your Legs and Feet: The Gift of Movement

One of the marvels of the human body is what I call the metabolizing effect of our legs and feet when they are activated. Beyond that function, they have an inner intelligence as well, which you will see below.




Become the Queen of Exercise Quickies

Exercise does not have to be held together by laces, sweat-wicking spandex, and a Jillian Michaels playlist you found in a fitness magazine. Toning and stretching your muscles and livening up your heart rate can happen anyplace, anytime. Bailey Gaddis encourages you to try these, then work out your creative nature by thinking up new ways to get in a quickie.




Your Bones: The Gifts of Clarity and Steadiness

“I knew it deep in my bones” is a favorite idiom that connotes a knowing that comes from a clear, strong place that will not waver. Our bones offer us a particular kind of wisdom that is vital in today’s chaotic, sometimes overwhelming world. It is the gift of being able to feel steady when emotions are overwhelming as well as the gift of being able to see things clearly when issues feel muddy and confusing. Enjoy this excerpt from Suzanne Scurlock-Durana’s book, Reclaiming Your Body: Healing from Trauma and Awakening to Your Body’s Wisdom.




Stop. Sit. Breathe. Proceed: Overcoming the Discomfort of Transformation

One of my favorite quotes is by Winston Churchill. “When you’re going through hell – keep going.” I now know that in order for me to keep going I need to stop, sit, breathe and only then proceed.




Helping a Loved One Navigate Depression

We are all doing the best we can with the one life we’ve been given. Depression just makes it a different kind of life. Here is some compassionate advice for those that want to help a loved one with depression.