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Ladies! Have you heard? The NEW golden rule!!!

A girls gotta do what a girls gotta do As women, we often define ourselves by our relationships. A mother, a sister, a daughter, a wife. As all of those myself, I know that although these titles come with great responsibility and sacrifice, they are undoubtedly something to be proud of. In order to excel as a mother, a sister, or a friend, we go above and beyond, putting the needs of those around us in front of our own. This is something that I have always considered beautiful and respected in the woman around me. After all, a girls gotta do what a girls gotta do. However, over time these roles can take over and dilute our own identity. As I have witnessed countless times in both my personal and professional life, I know that this is an issue that resonates with so many women. Our sense of worth can become tied up with our external roles only. We begin to seek more and more validity outside of ourselves, and our inner dialogue becomes orientated towards those who surround us and their perceptions of who or what we should be/could be/are! In particular, I have witnessed a destructive and subconscious sense of guilt in some women who deny themselves things because they don’t feel they have a sense of entitlement. This could be manifested in something as small as not giving themselves the time to sit and eat breakfast calmly, or waiting for birthday’s and special events to treat themselves, not eating the last cookie even when you know you want to…etc., etc., Each of the leading world...