Posts tagged selfdevelopment
Why Exist in Photographs?

We don't wake up one morning saying "today I will have my portrait taken!" We rather tend to avoid the camera as we get older, finding every excuse no to show ourselves, not even thinking about what it means to exist in photographs.

So what does exist in photography mean? I encourage you to step in front of the camera, embracing the women who you are and creating images for your loved ones for them to cherish for the years to come.

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How to find your purpose for a life with meaning?

Did you even have time to think about a life purpose? I can imagine you, busy, juggling a career and family or just the latter, thinking about purpose seems like a luxury, although I invite you through this post to think about how you want to be remembered in this life. I can hear you hey I don’t want to think about death and I get you, no one wants to really but it’s part of life and taking time to determine your purpose now will give you the feeling of a life well lived.

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the true meaning of beauty is who you are

Have you suffered from beauty envy? I have lots of time, when I was a teen I starved myself trying to look like a waif, flat chested with clothes around my body, needless to say that I hardly managed subsiding on an apple for lunch and cigarettes. I was hungry!

When you understand that happiness and confidence will do more to make you look beautiful you will feel amazing!

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The Self-Esteem magic

You’ve been struggling with self-esteem like, and it’s not like you haven’t been working at it, doing daily affirmations, building your confidence, getting noticed at work. From the outside, you look like the super confident woman out there. From the inside, it’s another story.

How long have you been hiding, navigating between ups and downs? Feeling super powerful when someone said you look lovely, just got a huge bonus or have been offered a fantastic opportunity at work? You felt amazing, invulnerable, powerful right? How did you feel when the fairy tale ended and you where left with the pumpkin on your door step instead?

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Although change is inevitable, it took me a long time to embrace it. I was always on the nostalgic side of things, wishing I could go back in time to live through the same emotions and moments that made me so happy. We all know no such idea doesn't exist; life is moving fast, nothing stays the same. You either embrace it or live in constant fear of change.  I choose the former rather than the latter and wish it didn't take me so long to accept it, although better now than never. 

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Helping you get your mojo back - Week 11. How to get unstuck with self love

Welcome back for another week feeling pumped up and ready to move on. Or may be not? You might diligently followed all the posts, thinking this feels so true, started to draft a Pinterest board with all the dreams you have in your bag. Still you haven't moved much because you're feeling stuck and in a state of fear. Why?

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Helping you get your mojo back - Week 10. Celebrate Every Step!

Welcome back to the get your mojo back blog series, we are in the last 3 weeks and it is now been more than 2 months that we started this process. 

This week is all about celebrating every step, even a baby step, or a slight move, just reading these posts is the sign of progress, so please stop being mean to yourself. Think how are you going to celebrate?

 

 

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Helping you get your mojo back - 5. Make yourself accountable

How are you going along in your process of

Now that you've got clarity about how you will get your mojo back and reclaim your identity it is time to establish some kind of plan to make sure you stay on track. As I explained in week 3, it is important not to let yourself crush down by little voices that might hold you back. It's normal to feel fear once you step out of the comfort zone, just try to ignore the voices or find a motto that will help you shadow the negatives words. 

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Helping you get your mojo back - 4. What is holding you back?

Following on week one on helping you set your starting point, this week we take action, set your direction and decide your goals in the next 3,6 and 12 months.

This week it is Back to reality. Remember how easy it is to dream, create a vision, pretend your life is exactly as you imagined, it feels like playing, going back to childhood when we were allowed to have fun, with no boundaries. The hard truth is that your fears, will come back to haggle you tenfolds.

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