Posts filed under Life purpose

How to Love your Body Even if You Still Struggle with Food or Haven't "Lost the Weight" Yet

One common misconception is that if you love yourself now, you’ll stop going for what you want and become a lifeless vegetable. I find this is far from the case. At certain times, choosing to love your body now might mean to stop the striving and fighting especially if you realize it’s not working for you and isn’t getting you closer to what you truly want in life. At other times, choosing to love yourself and your body might mean challenging yourself to work harder to move towards what you truly want.

So how do you practice loving yourself and your body even if you aren’t yet where you want to be with food? Here are 3 ways to start practicing today:

Twenty-Five

Hello friends, family, and fellow heroes on the journey,

Today is quite a momentous day for a few reasons.  Today, I turn twenty-five – meaning I can rent a car and also officially have a Quarter-Life Crisis! Ha!  Today marks a year since I decided to start this blog determined to figure out my Quarter-Life crisis and share things I have learned along the way.  Last but not least, today, I am also proud to announce the launch of my new website and blog for my coaching business: Point Two Five Life!

Posted on November 13, 2015 and filed under Life purpose.

The Hero’s Journey – What’s your story?

Hello Twenty-somethings and other peers on the journey, You are called to be hero and so am I.

This past weekend I had the honor and privilege of attending Oprah’s Live the Life You Want Tour, where Elizabeth Gilbert, author of the beloved book Eat, Pray, Love, was one of the speakers.  Elizabeth spoke of the “hero’s journey,” a classic, archetypal story that we all know too well, regardless of gender, race, or age.

Posted on November 13, 2014 and filed under Goal-setting, Life purpose.