Remember who you are. Without the number on the scale, your GPA or  your bank account. Without the amount of friends (or followers) you  have, without the expensive things you own. Know who you are; your raw,  true self.   Recently did a little writing exercise with  @blairbadenhop   on identifying your unique brand. The first question, though extremely  simple, was “Who are you?” It really made me think. Mostly because I  used to have a very strong sense of who I was as a kid, and even  throughout middle school and high school. It wasn’t until my early adult  years (can I say I’m an adult now? 😝) when I noticed my ways of seeing  the world were different than what we’re taught to believe and I  started to question those values. This exercise brought me back.   I  think it’s important to frequently remind yourself who you are. Not  just the good, but the dark and the light. We all have great qualities  and ones that we’re not so proud of. But that’s what makes us unique,  and ultimately what makes us human. ♥️

Remember who you are. Without the number on the scale, your GPA or your bank account. Without the amount of friends (or followers) you have, without the expensive things you own. Know who you are; your raw, true self.

Recently did a little writing exercise with @blairbadenhop on identifying your unique brand. The first question, though extremely simple, was “Who are you?” It really made me think. Mostly because I used to have a very strong sense of who I was as a kid, and even throughout middle school and high school. It wasn’t until my early adult years (can I say I’m an adult now? 😝) when I noticed my ways of seeing the world were different than what we’re taught to believe and I started to question those values. This exercise brought me back.

I think it’s important to frequently remind yourself who you are. Not just the good, but the dark and the light. We all have great qualities and ones that we’re not so proud of. But that’s what makes us unique, and ultimately what makes us human. ♥️

Life by Design was born out of a need for my own self-healing after decades of unresolved illness. It wasn’t until finding the courage to look within that I discovered it was my own belief system holding me back from experiencing a truly thriving life. We all have access to that thriving life. We just need to rediscover our power and ignite the healing-self. Only then can we unapologetically live a life by our own design.