Cancer. I had it. And then I didn’t. It was a very surreal emotional roller coaster I was on earlier this year. I’m happy to be closing out 2018 with that part of my journey in the past. While the diagnosis, surgery, and recovery all occurred within a matter of a few months (thankfully!) I walked away with a whole long list of what I learned about myself. Cancer is good for some things – it’s taught me a lot about what I value most in my life. Here are my top 10 lessons I’ve learned.
I’m back with another Korean recipe from my umma (‘mom’ in Korean!). Kimbap literally means “seaweed” “cooked rice” – which doesn’t sound all that fancy but what makes it delicious is all of the veggies and goodies inside this seaweed wrapped rice roll. You can absolutely use beef as one of the ingredients inside but if you’re more plant based you can omit and it tastes just as delicious!
This is my first time creating a vision board but as someone who absolutely believes in the law of attraction and power of positive thinking, I am surprised I haven’t created a vision board sooner! If you are new to the vision boarding process, here are some quick and helpful tips that can help you create your own vision board and start manifesting them, especially for the new year!
I am a very goal-oriented person. Without a goal, I feel like I’m flailing in the wind a bit with no purpose. Goals help ground me and help me focused and working toward a mission. In every corporate job I’ve had, November and December are always busy times as this is when companies begin planning out their financial and growth goals for the new year, so I thought now would be the perfect time to talk about goals on here! But what is a stretch goal or a SMART goal?
Being confident in your own skin should be inherent, simple, and effortless. Unfortunately because we live in such an image based society, it can be all too easy to receive judgement from others and what’s most harmful is it can be too easy to place judgement on ourselves.
I used to not be too confident with how my body looked. I’d always be the “cover up” girl because I had felt that I always had something to cover up. Over time though I’ve strengthened my body confidence skills so that I’m proud of myself and where I’m at. I wanted to share some of these …