Eve Poole is a constant source of inspiration to me.
We all suffer from crippling self-doubt at times, second-guessing the shizz out of ourselves, comparing our style, opinions and lives to others mostly online, often feeling lacking in some way, that we're not pretty/slim/curvy/smart/successful enough.
As it's Valentine's Day today, I wanted to write a piece on self-love here, the sweet, sweet love that will liberate you.
Confidence is EVERYTHING-yet so many of us struggle to feel our most confident kick-ass selves for the most part.
We all suffer with waning confidence (it's a natural part of life, people) but along with practising techniques to remind ourselves of our self-worth along with mindfulness, there are several beauty items I'd be at a loss without that also help me feel #MyBestMe.
Interview with Tara Mohr: Internationally-Acclaimed Expert on Women’s Leadership and Well-being and Author of ‘Playing Big’
Tara Mohr is an internationally-acclaimed expert on women’s leadership and well-being. She helps women make the journey from playing small—being held back by fear and self-doubt—to playing big, taking bold action to pursue what they see as their callings.
Our too-frequent preoccupation with what others think of us is part of human nature, granted, but it often feels exacerbated x a million in the online world.
Those who follow this blog know I'm committed to advocating a positive body image, so much so, I was bowled over when a photo I shared of myself in a bikini last year which happened to show my stretchmarks went viral, leading to me starting the #proudinmybikini campaign, encouraging others to feel good about themselves.
As women, we often feel like frauds don't we? I know I do, and often, and there's a term for it: the imposter syndrome.