✨ Self-care Sunday ✨
Lately I have been feeling pretty burnt out to be honest. I have started a new job in Aged Care, which I absolutely love! But I’m finding that working on top of my full time nursing studies doesn’t leave me with much time to myself. I’m either always working, studying, doing assignments or napping.
I have been getting sick regularly and it’s clicked that I need to start taking better care of myself.
So today I decided to put my assignment on hold and I went for a bike ride to clear my head, it just makes me feel happy. It’s also great because I use all my brain power and energy focusing on not crashing into anything so I have less time to worry about other stuff that’s on my mind. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
What do you guys do for self-care when you’re feeling burnt out?
And then bring her to the surface. ⠀
Boldly own your power. ⠀
Unleash the wild woman you are.⠀
This is your season to rise! ⠀
Drop us an emoji below if you can feel it - If you can feel the energy rising within you. ⠀
2 days ago
Yes, at times, it can be scary (like reallly scary). I still feel this fear. But more frequently, I feel moments of freedom. And once I felt freedom, I simply could never go back. This life is not a dress rehearsal. Spend your time feeding your soul, not starving your body. ✨
because one believes in oneself, one doesn't try to convince others. because one is content with oneself, one doesn't need others' approval. because one accepts oneself, the whole world accepts him or her - lao tzu 💕
2 days ago
worst part about the weekend? Not having this study view 😍
Does "natural talent" actually exist? Nope - its just a compilation of experiences and study that really gives someone the talent you label as "natural." When we recognize this, we give ourselves permission to tap into our own greatness instead of perceiving we were born without it!
Since being diagnosed with ADHD I have discovered some of the most amazing souls that think like I do, one of them being @rainbow_picket_fence and after talking together we decided it would be a cool idea to put out a series of tips and tricks to help manage ADHD.
This is one of her amazing tips that I am going to try today, how about you?
So for as long as I can remember - I'm going to be putting out daily tips. 🥳
And remember, while I am targeting ADHD, these tips can be used by a variety of different brained individuals. 🧠
Disclaimer: Not officially official in anything official. 🤷♀️ Just a chick, who lives with ADHD, who is just trying to make it like the rest of the population. 🌻
𝘈𝘕𝘠𝘞𝘈𝘠𝘚. 𝘛𝘐𝘗 𝘕𝘜𝘔𝘉𝘌𝘙 𝘖𝘕𝘌
I call it " 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐓𝐡𝐢𝐧𝐠𝐬 𝐈 𝐃𝐨𝐧𝐭 𝗪𝐚𝐧𝐭 𝐓𝐨 𝐃𝐨" list.
I take a piece of paper and I write that on the top. At the bottom, I draw a makeshift middle finger emoji hand. 🖕 Then, I list the things I dont want to do for the day.
1. Clean the Toilet
2. Pay Bills
3. Drink Water
4. Put on Pants
Or whatever! Then throughout the day I check off things I've done. ✔
The list 1, gives me a list of my priorities. 2, organizes my thoughts. And 3, gives me a visual representation of the things that are overwhelming me, and allowing myself to see that I am successfully completing these seemingly daughntfull tasks..
18 hours ago
Any psychologist will tell you that healing comes from honest confrontation with our injury or with our past. Whatever that thing is that has hurt us or traumatized us, until we face it head on, we will have issues moving forward in a healthy way.
It's always hard to deal with injuries mentally, but I like to think about it as a new beginning. I can't change what happened, so the focus needs to go toward healing and coming back stronger than before.
Thank you for visiting my profile. For more info on stress management, weight management and emotional healing, DM me or Click the link in my profile 👉 @doctors.bulletin
18 hours ago
I gave myself the birthday gift of the most incredible self-love photo shoot at a waterfall.
Embodying the strength in my softness.
The innocence of my sexuality.
Merging my inner child with the women I have become. Powerful and beautiful.
Confident in being fully seen, letting go of insecurities.
Celebrating myself and the journey I have carried myself through so far 🥰
18 hours ago
18 hours ago
I never used to allow myself to feel, I never used to allow myself to rest. I always wanted to be busy, moving 'doing' something for fear of what might happen if I stop. In truth these moments of real emotion are still painfully uncomfortable but I no longer wish to deny what I feel, rather see what it can teach me and accept myself in every experience. The body always catches up... Luckily I had my furry friend by my side 🐕❤️
Today my body is very thankful and I feel like a new person 🙏🙏
18 hours ago
Everything that you need to LEVEL UP, is already out there. All the information, the tools, how to apply it, it’s all there! You just have to go out and get it. You have the power to change your world!! You can look outside of yourself until it becomes an obsession but nothing will change until you realize, YOU are in charge 👑💎
18 hours ago
And now meet another beautiful Rachel who is also a speaker at the Whole Woke and Wonderful event this Sat 21st Sept 😍🙌✨⠀
“Hi! I’m Rachel of ReMind with Rachel. I'm a Counsellor, Spiritual Counsellor, Spiritual Coach and Yoga Teacher. I'm also an intuitive and was born psychic - which means that I get information and insights from spirit.⠀
I'm excited to be speaking about elevating your emotional frequency, intuition and manifestation. As this work is 1% theory and 99% practice, I'll be guiding you through some specific techniques, to give you a feel for how they can be applied to your life. This will be a very interactive session, where I’ll invite you to ask questions at the end.”⠀
Head to the link in my bio to find out more about the event 👯♀️💖
I am meant for my mission ✨
I never knew what my mission in life was until very recently. I was always that girl who had big dreams and the world would always tell me to come back to “reality”. Today I watched an epic training by @badassbusinessbabe in our Coaches Make Bank Challenge. I resonated with just about everything, especially how our old childhood memories effect (or affect, I can’t distinguish between the two) our limiting beliefs.
When I was a child in elementary school, I was always told that I had a big nose or that I was ugly. I let this effect me for the longest time. I never felt comfortable looking in the mirror. I’ve always wanted a nose job ever since I was in 5th grade, just so that I can “fit in.” The hard part is that I never told my mom that I was being bullied at school.
This limiting belief that I’m not pretty enough and I’m not good enough has stayed with me most of my life. I legit hated myself. I never felt comfortable in my own skin. Over the past few years, I had to start over with myself. I had to get to know myself all over again. I’m starting a new page in my self-love journey. Over the next few months I’m going to learn how to truly love myself and improve my relationship with myself; my mind, my body, spiritually, my emotions, my sexuality. I’m ready to learn and discover and love.
Yes just because I stepped into the coaching world, it does not mean that I have to stop learning. I learn new things so that I can teach those who want to start loving themselves. 💕✨