Chelsea's Blog: "Positivity" Category

Resources, tips, and ruminations on themes of mental & emotional health, self-care, and abundance.

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My Loving Lately Summer Edition – Well-being Support

It’s about time for a good ol’ loving lately post. If you’ve been following along over on IG (if you’re not, HI, come hang out!), you probably know that we’re about to move from Charleston to Virginia Beach.  Moving, traveling, weddings, visitors – lots happening this summer. Can anyone relate? This summer is shaping up […]
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My Anti Suck It Up Approach to Life

You’ll probably never hear me tell you to “suck it up” when it comes to your life – not your job, relationship, your body, your stress levels, your social life, etc. Nada!  Sure, there are times when we have to do things we’re not thrilled about doing but I think the idea of sucking up […]
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How to Turn FOMO into JOMO

Ready to kick FOMO to the curb for good so you can start actually enjoying your free time? Start here! FOMO – lovingly defined as the fear of missing out. That sneaky, sneaky feeling so many of us get at the thought of claiming a night in, saying no to brunch or opting out of […]
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Thoughts on Mantras and Affirmations

I have a lot of thoughts on mantras and affirmations. The other night I was thinking about them, and how they’ve become so popular. They’re super mainstream and LOTS of people are using mantras and affirmations in their daily lives. SHWEET! I thought of when I’ve found them useful in my life and the first […]
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The Art of Doing Nothing – But Actually

Here we are the day after Thanksgiving, more commonly known as Black Friday and I’m doing nothing. I took this morning to wake up slowly. I had a couple client calls. I went for a walk. My husband had to go in to work and so I found myself alone. I called home to catch […]

How to Find (or Practice) Courage in Your Life

There’s a lot to be said for finding courage as we face challenges throughout our lives. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines courage as “mental or moral strength to venture, persevere and withstand danger, fear or difficulty.” When you think of the word courage, do you think of a specific person in your life who always seems […]
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6 Tips on Dealing with Change and Transition

As humans, many of us really struggle with change and transition. We cling to our routines, the people and things that feel familiar, safe and home-y. Whether we like it or not, a time of change and transition will come our way and learning how to deal can be challenging, especially when it’s an unwanted […]
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I Set Weekly Goals in my Journal: The Why & How…

Be real with me. Are there things you tell yourself you’re going to start doing at the beginning of the week and then all of a sudden, it’s the following weekend, and you didn’t stick to anything you had hoped? I get it. We’ve all been there. It’s easy to get lost into the shuffle […]

What I’ve Learned from Yoga (so far)

I used to hate yoga. I couldn't understand how people sat through a 60 minute class and actually enjoyed it. Fast forward 3.5 years and I'm hooked. Here's what I've learned...

The Self Comparison Slump. What Happens When We Compare Ourselves to Others?

Self comparison can have a harsh impact on our lives and we have the power to do something about it!Here's what to do when you notice you are constantly comparing yourself to other people.

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