Dear me, 28 was a hell of a hell of a year. It had lots of ups and lots of downs, but you learned so much that you will carry with you forever and use to make 29 incredible too. First off, you married your best friend—and you two have never been happier. The day … Continue reading An Annual Letter To Me
Earlier this month, I received an email newsletter from psychologist, bestselling author, and CEO of Evidence Based Psychology, Susan David. The email was titled "Walking your why" and 2 lines in, was this sentence...
February was a hard month for me, so I decided to make the month of March one where I made my well-being a priority. I did this by starting my very first With Cheryl Challenge and practiced at least one small act of self-care every single day for 31 days. Today I'd like to share some of those lessons and pass along a few examples so you can start this yourself.
Well, I've been practicing what I preach and trying different things in order to find what works best for me so I can be most productive. And, as a result, my morning routine has changed a bit. So, today I'm sharing what my ideal morning looks like now!
After reading Juliet's School of Possibilities by Laura Vanderkam , I learned something about myself: While I am productive, I don't always prioritize the right things.
And, that needs to change.
Here are some tools I will be using that you can apply to your day too so we can all accomplish what's really important...
It’s time for some tough love...
While I’ve always known experimenting is important, I’ve never really opened my eyes to how big of an impact trying new things, even in the smallest of ways, can make on your life—until now.
With Thanksgiving coming up faster than ever and my monthly goal of participating in Calm’s 30 Days of Gratitude, gratitude and being thankful have been at the top of my mind.
While we all know it’s important to pause and reflect on the people, places, or things that you are so fortunate to have in your life, it’s helpful to understand exactly how this practice can improve your mental health and well-being.
This Saturday I was fortunate enough to attend MogulX, and my second session of the day was titled “Finding Balance”, led by Health & Wellness Expert, Sophia Roe. Sophia opened up to us about a time in her life where she was most unhappy—and after lots of self-reflection, she realized it was a result of her losing sight of what was really important to her.
And, that led to my big reveal...
“STOP MAKING EXCUSES,” that’s what had to tell myself to make this blog post actually happen.
Have you ever been there? If so, I’m sure you would agree that it’s a frustrating place to be. BUT, I’ve found there are 5 specific ways I wind up being able to successfully motivate myself to stop making excuses and I thought I would share these with you today.