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I recently have been reading Presence by Amy Cuddy, a book I stumbled across in one of the Little Libraries in Denver. And my gosh it couldn’t have come at a more perfect time in my life.
The day has finally arrived for you to officially preorder your copy of In Body I Trust and I couldn’t be more excited to share this moment with you. What you may not have known, is that your preorder will help save lives.
I can’t believe it’s finally here! You are the first people to EVER see the final product, the book cover for In Body I Trust (available for preorder coming soon).
Everyone has been saying the words, “Death to 2020,” and while I agree that 2020 was one of the most trying years of my existence yet, it was also the year that I grew the most.
Have you ever had a conversation with yourself? I mean a real, honest conversation. “No, I know you’re ‘fine’ but how are you really doing?”
I was sitting with my thoughts in silence, contemplating my life choices and what the actual eff bomb I was even doing. You know, the usual Monday afternoon activities to jumpstart the week.
In all of the chaos that has been the election and just life in general, I completely surpassed the notion that yesterday marked 7 months behavior free for me. All I kept thinking was how I wish I could talk to myself 1 year ago. There is so much I want her to know.
Well, well, well. If someone hasn’t been a busy bee. But seriously, it’s OVERWHELMING, but in the best way possible. That’s why I’ve taken some time to focus on my self care. Another thing which causes me to go radio silent for a bit.
I’ve been waking up the last several days around 4:30 AM. Not by choice. My body just likes to do this every few months especially when it realizes winter is on its way. Especially when it’s around the time of traumatic events that have taken place in my life (the body doesn’t forget).
I feel like I siphoned out all of my gas, but I’m still a 3 hour drive from home.” This is how I’ve felt for the last few days. I’m a people pleaser. I’ve always wanted to make everyone happy ensure that the people I care about are okay.
I remember in 2008 when I was first hypnotized. It was my senior year in high school, and during one of our last weeks of school before graduation, there was a series of days for seniors where different events were held as a send off.
Voting is always a monumental thing, but this year (and maybe it’s my age and with age comes wisdom) is hitting us in places we might not necessarily realize.