We never know how what we say or do can impact others, including ourselves. Your voice is valuable: practice using it!
Having too many “important” things to work on equates to overwhelm and lack of progress. Pick fewer things and make bigger strides.
Don’t wait around for the opportunity to come to you: be the one that initiates it. Your desire is the invitation.
Had to work through some social anxiety — and I’m so glad I did, and so happy with how it turned out!
My first swing event in over 2 years. Lots of great experiences, most notably: reconnecting to dance.
Reflecting on the value of the “mundane, boring” work at home compared to the excitement and high of “events and trips.”
I’ve felt SO overwhelmed lately. I’ve resisted writing and creating in all forms. Maybe THIS is what I need right now.
All the benefits, learnings, and tips I have around “documenting your life.”
When stuck and overwhelmed: “pick something, anything.”
[Video] Draginboxing is a process I use to help me address the “clutter,” particularly PAPER clutter, in my life.
These questions highlight and drive my emphasis for the year. This is one of my favorite exercises that I complete every year.
I went to Chain O’ Lakes in Indiana and stumbled on an “aha” around this missing component in my life & videos.
I’m starting a YouTube channel! In this video I share about listening to our callings & some of the reasons why YouTube has been ‘calling’ me.
I did a “Digital Detox” for around 60 days and had a pretty significant experience with it — so much so that I’ll be doing it again.
My first ever “guided meditation” focusing on finding my calmness, quieting the inner critic, and guiding myself to my own answers.
Austin and Aimee dancing West Coast Swing to “To Die For” by Sam Smith.
Austin and Aimee dancing West Coast Swing to “Let Me Love You” by Mario.
Austin and Aimee dancing West Coast Swing to “Missing You” by Betty Who.
Austin and Aimee dancing West Coast Swing to “Ain’t Nobody” by Jasmine Thompson.
I’m stepping away from social media and other distracting mediums and activities for a period of time – to create space for my heart and more meaningful activities and connections.
Austin and Stephanie dancing West Coast Swing and switching lead-follow roles mid-dance!
My “altar” has brought back elements of spirituality, prayer, intentionality and more to my daily life – something I’ve “missed” for years.
What is your heart whispering to you, right now, if all you had to do was dim the lights, quiet the noise – and listen?
Are you feeling behind? Off track? Maybe you SHOULD be. The direction you’re going is different than where others are going.