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Today was a special day.
It was the first Father’s Day I’ve celebrated in over 14 years. I haven’t had a relationship with my father for years - so this year I had to actually look up Father’s Day, being that Diana was born late last year.
I won’t say too much about the relationship with my father, not the place or time to dive into that. .
But I would like to take a moment to recognize the man who made me a wife and a mama, @geologyguy.
From very early on, I knew I wanted to be a mom. But there are obviously TONS of logistics that go along with that.
One of them being finding a man I trusted enough to bring a child into the world with. I found that, and so much more in him.
He is the yin to my yang and the peanut butter to my jelly. I am so blessed to be in this life together with him - in good times and bad.
Thank for Tom for being a phenomenal daddy and husband. I loved spending the morning at the pool with our little family. And by the way, someday Diana will be interested in your teachings 😘😘
Let’s talk about #transformation pics for a second. The picture on the left was taken in January, when I was in the “new year, new me” mentality that seems to affect so many of us when a new year begins. Even as I was taking that picture, I was super frustrated. I tried on about four outfits and accumulated about 30 pictures in a row with slightly different angles. And I really didn’t like how I looked. .
Flash forward to the picture on the right, taken this month. I had just finished a KILLER workout, I had noticed my abs and obliques were shaping up a bit, and snapped a picture. And believe me when I tell you, this one only took a try or two. And I can easily tell from my facial expression that I’m way happier in the second photo. .
EVEN SO. As I was using an app to put these two pictures side by side, I started to question if it was “good” enough. Had I “transformed” enough? I’ve taken major steps to be more consistent with my workouts and my nutrition, but I definitely didn’t lose a bunch of weight or have a drastic change in appearance. .
I ended up even more frustrated that I was having to justify to myself why I wanted to post this in the first place. But we truly are our own worst critic. And I’m working on listening to that negative internal monologue less. .
I want to make it a point to continue to take progress pictures and try to critique them less. Even if the changes are small, they are definitely adding up over time. And finally, a picture can tell a story, but not the WHOLE story- it’s just one moment captured in time. I know I look healthier in the newer picture, but it can’t show how my happiness, work/life balance, quality of sleep, relationships, etc. are all moving in a positive direction as well. .
So, remember to celebrate the wins, physical or not. And after all, while I’m making progress, I know that my journey still has a long way to go and I have so much more to achieve ☺️
Last minute dinner: pan seared salmon with lemon and white wine sauce topped with salmon skin crisp. And shiitake mushroom truffle risotto. And lots of parsley. Did I mention that I love parsley? #sundaydinner
⚓️A Happy Father's Day to my favorite captain...
Today my fam celebrated #thebestdad for all that he’s done for us! Am proud to be one of his daughters sailing life with him💋 Love my Daddy so much!💙 #HappyFathersDay
In therapy, I work with a lot of people on the way we interact in relationships. What we often find is that our default is to assign blame for any given situation. It gives us a sense of control. This is quite normal when we have been conditioned to think this way. Just look at the news or social media and you will see blame being thrown around left, right and centre. No matter how normal it is, though, blame doesn't actually help us to solve situations.
That's why I work with clients in shifting from a blame mentality to an aim mentality. AIM, not BLAME. We are still looking at the situation and the root causes behind it, but we then use our hurt and desire for control to work towards fixing the situation and preventing similar rifts in the future.
It sounds like a lot of work, and I'm not going to lie, it can be. But isn't the conflict in your relationship already taking up a bunch of your energy? Wouldn't it be better to use that energy towards reconciliation and goal setting?
I love working with relationship concerns, and whether you are ready to start working on your own concerns as a couple or just by yourself, I'd love to support you through them. Contact me to discuss therapy options, with online chat sessions starting at just $40/hr. Available both within regular business hours and in the evenings, 6 days a week, for all Australian residents. - Sarah
✨... and just like that ✨ it's Monday again 😏 I mean, it's hard to face at the best of times BUT the positive side to today is that it can be seen as a temporal landmark - it's mentally easier to reset and reframe because it's a new working week, a fresh new start 💪 Last week, shmasweek - it's all about the future lovelies, let's welcome the week ahead positively and mindfully! 😄🦄🙌 what's a goal or intention you have for this week? #healthyselfconfidence
Seven months ago I set out to make a change. And while it my not be visible on the outside, I feel in myself a world of difference. Finding a passion project has thought me so much in such a small space of time and with the encouragement of a great coach in Maria @carrascreative my eyes have been opened to a world of possibilities. I urge you to go after yours. What’s the worst that can happen! ✨
Are you working on finding your passion? Tell me what that looks like today and for the week ahead👇🏻
I’ve noticed an influx of new followers lately, so I wanted to pause to say HI, I’m Sav! And I’m so glad you’re here! I want to share a little about me and if we have any similarities, let me know!
🌤💦🌬 I’m a born and raised Pacific Northwest girl who always carries rubber boots in her car because you never know when the weather will change!
🐴🐖🐶 I was raised on a ranch where I could ride a horse before I mastered a bike. 👩🏻⚕️ I’ve always wanted to be a doctor (or life flight helicopter pilot) as long as I could remember. I got my first stethoscope when I was 6. I’m currently working towards a Doctorate in Chiropractic and am due to graduate just before I turn 30. 🏹🎣🦌 I’m a bow hunter and fisherwoman my favorite seasons being late season for blackmail deer and surf perch fish. 🍞🥖🥨 I’m allergic to gluten and have been 100% gluten free since March 2017. 💪🏻🏋🏻♀️🥑🍎 I’ve been a Health and wellness coach officially since January 2018 and have loved every moment of helping people transform their lives
🍩🍔🍕 my favorite cheat meal is BBQ chicken pizza or Pad Thai 😍 💂🏻♀️ 🎺 🤓 I was THE band geek in high school and college. I played trumpet for the Oregon Marching Band during my undergrad and Bass Clarinet for Symphonic Band. At one point I could transpose in my head and learned tuba, flute, sax, baritone, and a little piano too. 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 did anything surprise you? Do we have anything in common? Let me know!
I always struggled with #fathersday , it was one of those awkward holidays where my mom a single mom tried to do all she could to make it as normal as a day as possible, and god bless her heart for that, but there was nothing she could do to make it feel normal. I also had amazing uncles and a grandfather that would do all they could to be that solid male figure in my and my brothers life, and we would spend Father’s Day with them, but it still didn’t feel normal.
Eight years ago I was given the most amazing gift, the gift of being a father myself, and that changed everything and Father’s Day became more than just normal.
Im eternally grateful to the men that helped mold and shape the man and father that I’ve become.
Cheer to al the single parents, uncles and grandfathers out there, you are making a difference 🙏
I'm gonna get real. I NEEDED to take a break this weekend and unwind.
Stress with my ambitious goals and business have been building up and this became obvious during my mastermind group meeting yesterday. Yes, I had a little breakdown and it's okay. We covered what I can do to overcome the challenges I'm facing lately and moved on to how I need to RELAX MORE.
One of the ladies said I need to just go to the beach and relax. So I did. I went to Cape Cod with my husband to enjoy family time and unwind and it feels sooo good!
I'm sharing this with you to show you that I'm not perfect (none of us are). It's okay to feel overwhelmed sometimes. We're human with ambitious goals. I tend to be a workaholic (LIKE if you have this issue too), and I don't particularly like this about myself because there's so much more to life than work
We have to give ourselves permission to take a break and step away from work. I'm still working on this, and thankfully I have many people around me who encourage me to take care of myself and to take away the pressure I put on myself.
Remember, staying focused on our goals and making sure we're on track is really important but so isn't paying attention to our mental and physical health (even more important). Is this something you're working on? How do you relax and unwind from work overwhelm?
Happy Father’s Day to all of you great Dad’s out there! A special shout out to the best Dad ever @jking_27 who’s holding down the fort while I’m away all week for work. Thank you for being such a great example of a father and loving us unconditionally. 😘😘😘😘