Tag: self

Spain Update #2: Gratitude for My Fellow Humans

Life is a crazy, beautiful thing. I can’t stop pinching myself. I am living in a foreign place, learning a new language – I see new things every day. I’m uncertain about the future but open minded and excited about it. Things are hard… Continue Reading “Spain Update #2: Gratitude for My Fellow Humans”

Stop Being So Hard On Yourself

If you’re like me, you are super hard on yourself. You always want to be the best, do your best – and the truth is that it’s impossible to be perfect. When we aren’t perfect, it’s easy to beat ourselves up about things. But… Continue Reading “Stop Being So Hard On Yourself”

Dealing with Disloyalty

Let’s talk about disloyalty. Is there someone around you that has been “shady,” lied to you, or maybe a person that was what they call “a wolf in sheep’s clothing” (hiding something from you, while masquerading as a loyal person)? This is the individual… Continue Reading “Dealing with Disloyalty”

An Open Letter: Why We are Moving to Spain

Almost everyone at this point in my life knows I’m moving to Spain. I’ve received a lot of questions on the move. Why? What will you be doing? Aren’t you scared? Here’s the skinny… Estes park is a great town. It has some of… Continue Reading “An Open Letter: Why We are Moving to Spain”

2018: A Reflection & My Hope for You for the New Year

I started this year a different person. I knew I didn’t want to be the person I was in 2017, but I didn’t know how to change. I didn’t know what to change. I felt stagnant, unfulfilled, and a little bit down. I wasn’t… Continue Reading “2018: A Reflection & My Hope for You for the New Year”

Your Comfort Zone

What is a Comfort Zone? Webster’s says that our comfort zone is defined as the level at which we function with ease and familiarity. I define it as the fictional safety net we set up to shield ourselves from feeling fear. It’s a cancer,… Continue Reading “Your Comfort Zone”

Negative Self-Talk

Today I sat down wanting to write. I wanted to put down something profound, something about practicing compassion or showing vulnerability – to which I immediately thought “What the hell, Holly? You are not in a position to write about this. You really know… Continue Reading “Negative Self-Talk”

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