Today’s episode is all about self-love and self-worth. Personally, I believe lack of self-worth brings so much unhappiness into our lives. Yes, we constantly hear how important it is to be more confident, love ourselves more and increase our self-worth. But rarely do
our talent is God’s gift to you. What you do with it is your gift back to God ~ Leo Buscaglia.
Have you ever looked at a talented and gifted person, and wondered if you had any talents and gifts as well? If so, you are definitely not alone. I have wondered the same exact thing as well. But if there is one thing
Yay! I’m back! I can’t believe Season 2 of the podcast is already here. I’ve missed you so much. Even though I must say, taking a break was definitely what my soul needed. However, I’m super excited to be back to you my friend. And as a result, you are in for a treat on today’s season 2 premiere episode.
On today’s episode, I discuss all the incredible things I experienced during my hiatus (i.e. getting knocked up for the second time) as well as all the mind-blowing lessons I learned along the way. One particular lesson that keeps coming back over and over again is my addiction to
Each moment of the year has its own beauty – Ralph Waldo Emerson
Wohoo!!! Today’s episode is season 1 finale of the Joy in Failure podcast. I can’t believe I’ve recorded 20 whole episodes in such a short period of time. Words can’t begin to describe my gratitude for each and every one of you – for listening and reaching out and sharing all your stories, testimonies and love with me. My heart overflows with
“Playing big doesn't come from working more, pushing harder, or finding confidence. It comes from listening to the most powerful and secure part of you, not the voice of self-doubt.” ― Tara Mohr
Today's episode is inspired my one of the most transformative books I've read thus far called Playing Big: Find Your Voice, Your Mission, Your Message by Tara Mohr. Lately, I've been reminded how essential it is to play big if
Today’s episode was inspired by lessons learned while attempting to bake my 5 year old daughter's graduation cake. Since I started to learn how to bake, I've realized more and more that baking is exactly like life - to be successful, you have to expect to fail and mess-up countless of times. In this episode, I share a story about my buttercream disasters