Three Questions Everyone Should Ask Themselves

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Kerstin McInnis, Career Transition Coach

Three Questions Everyone Should Ask Themselves  This weekend I was in Seattle at the Hay House, I Can Do It Conference.  This was my first time attending one of their events.  The conference brought together 30 Hay House authors and speakers to share their wisdom and insight.  Attending this conference was an opportunity for me to be among so many … Read More

More Love

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Kerstin McInnis, Career Transition Coach

Paris.  Beirut.  Nigeria.  Kenya last April.  I’m losing track of what happened when.  There’s been so many terrible, destructive acts.  Each day there seems to be a new story.   I’m tired of hearing these stories.  I know most of us are tired of hearing these stories.  We want things to be better. We want peace, happiness, love. These words … Read More

What Would You Do For Love?

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Have you ever done something for someone but gone about it kicking and screaming? Maybe someone asked you to help them move and you really didn’t want to but knew it would be nice if you helped out. Or someone asked you to attend an event that you really didn’t want to go to but you went anyway. We often … Read More

Permission

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When I was little, like most young children, I had to ask permission to do most things. Could I go to a friend’s house? Could I take a class? Permission was required from my parents because I wasn’t an adult. I wasn’t capable of doing these things on my own. I most likely needed their help to accomplish whatever it … Read More

Trust. Have Faith.

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I’ve been holding on very tightly recently.  So tightly that I worried myself sick.  In the middle of the night, while I was awake worrying, I heard my two favorite yet most challenging words whispered to me: “trust” and have “faith”. These two words are the answers to all my worries yet they often seem so far away. Trust. Have … Read More

Giving Yourself the Gift of Self-Care

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Last week I started to get a migraine.  I get them occasionally but they rarely last more than a day.  This one continued for three days before finally letting go.  Once the migraine released I realized why it had lasted so long.  I had a sinus infection and my migraine had turned into a full blown cold.  I hadn’t had … Read More

Being Kind to Yourself Is Scientifically Proven to Improve Your Life

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Thank You water crystal

Be kind to yourself. You’ve heard this message before. Perhaps you’re fairly positive and kind to yourself. Good job! Maybe you struggle with this notion and beat yourself up for simple mistakes. Maybe you don’t consider how muttering “idiot” under your breath could be bad and unkind. All of us have good and bad days where being kind to ourselves … Read More

Finding Space for Self-Love

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Most of us feel pretty busy.  Some days and weeks are busier than others.  Some weeks you have very little going on.  Maybe those weeks are uncomfortable.  You’ve gotten used to the busyness of the previous weeks. How can you find more space for stillness?  For wellness?  For creativity and activities that feed your soul?  For self-love? How much of … Read More

Letting Go

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“Can we still be friends?”  This is a phrase I’m sure most of us have heard at one time in our life.  It’s most often heard at the end of a romantic relationship, typically by the dumper and not the dumpee.  Sometimes it’s a question. Other times it’s a negotiation point, “but we can still be friends,” intended to soften … Read More