Monday blessings to you, Vixens🦊💎🤗!
Feeling fired up and fresh this morning, for real! Tips for having a good week (following my own advice!):
- plan it out, schedule your shit.
- sweat, hydrate, sleep.
- make a girl date.
- buy yourself something
- check in on your goals and tell someone what you’re working on.
- do something extra nice for someone (surprise & delight).
- spend 10 minutes journaling: what’s out of balance? What can you to support or remedy that imbalance?
- organize a kitchen or closer drawer.
- create a meal plan and eat high-vibe foods.
- write down a mantra or phrase for the week. Mine is “I CHOOSE to radiate happiness & love. I am deserving and worthy of ALL good things!”
- get some Vitamin D.
- do some kegels.
- research a new DIY project.
My happy place @spiritofthelakeyoga. Even after owning the studio for three years I am in awe of the path my life has taken and where I am (doing what I love). My heart is grateful ❤️🙏 #gratefulheart#trustyourpath
When my head & heart are in conflict, I follow my gut (aka my intuition). When I was thinking about leaving my "dream-job" at Facebook without knowing what role I would pursue next, my head (and Type-A personality) said, "are you crazy?" You've worked your whole life for this position, you're at one of the best companies in the world with unlimited opportunities and amazing benefits. To complicate matters, my heart was torn because I believed in the mission of the company, respected the leadership team and loved the team I built. But something felt "off" and as much as I wanted to ignore it, my intuition told me "DB, it's time to go." That simple gut check led to the decision that would unlock a new career path for me, allowing me to eventually become founder and CEO of my own company. Gut decisions aren't "easy" (in fact, they often seem risky because they go against the status quo) but they've always been the decisions that have enabled me to make my biggest impact and feel fulfilled at the same time. 🤙✌🙏 #intuition#gutcheck#goodvibes#trustyourself