from the blog.

The Day to Day!

Don’t obsess with the “stats”. Trying to obsess with your stats is a pointless game that often ends up being hard on your mental state. What works for me or someone else, may not always be the best for you.

Focus on what’s important. The life change that you love and want to share! It can be easy to fall into the self comparison trap. Thinking, “these other people are doing it and their life is way more exciting”…..but it’s nice to create balance and enjoy reading others exciting adventures. Use it as motivation!

While sharing your experience and connecting with others, use the easiest scenarios to strike up conversation. You know, the day to day things, because those are things we are doing and talking about any way.

And when people tell you “no”, that’s ok. That literally means they’ve thought about it! Whenever that self doubt starts bubbling up, remind yourself that a “no” can easily be turned around to a “yes”. Stay consistent. Wipe away the self doubt and press onward!

You got this. And in your own way!

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