That weird word that somehow worked its way into the common vernacular despite not being a real word just a little while ago. We most commonly talk about adulting when we’re complaining about “grown up things” we don’t know how to do… even though most of us complaining are (and have been) grown ups for a long time. Recently, I had a conversation with my best friend about how we both sort of accidentally fell sideways into adulting.
I hear you. A few years ago, I would have been right there with you. Not long ago, my mentor encouraged me to write a list of things from 2 years ago that were working in my current situation, and also a list of things that were not.
Also known as, mile markers in your life that feel both wonderful, and sometimes a little weird. It’s a combination of “Look how far we’ve come and all the amazing things we’ve accomplished…” and “I can’t believe we survived this long.” In just a couple of weeks, we’ll be celebrating our three year anniversary at Garnish Hair Studio & Extension Bar, and it’s got me reminiscing on the great moments, and reflecting on the not so smooth road it took to get here.
In lieu of my blog post about goal setting and stretching, I asked Niko (one of the amazing Garnish Girls) to share in her own words what these new power practices have brought to her life.
How changing you mental can truly change everything. I was blown away at what she had to say and so grateful that I had a chance to be a part of her journey 😍✨💃🏽 Take a look below...
It’s a phrase we hear tossed around a lot these days in various contexts, but what does it really mean in terms of your daily life? It would seem self-explanatory. Self Love = loving yourself, but actually applying that can be, well, pretty damn tough. Why is it so hard for us to apply love to ourselves, and why is it SO important?