If you aren't creating a vision board this year because you lack direction or the boards you created in the past didn't leave you feeling like the goals were attainable have a listen to todays episode. I'll be sharing a few tips and things to think about when it comes to making your board that will help inspire you to whip out your magazines, scissors and glue and start your board today!
We all want to start 2020 off on the best foot, right? I surely do! As I sit here typing, there's a dead plant on my desk that is a great way to sum up how the last few months of the year were: ashy and parched. RIP Plant!! There were some highlights but there were definitely some areas where I could have done better and gone harder. With that said, here are a few things I am doing/will be doing for the new year. Have a listen and don't forget to click here to subscribe and rate the show!
Whew, Chile! It's Christmas time and you know what that means? Debt, pressure and a whole lot of "it's got to be PERFECT" going on. Let's kill that noise tuh-day! I'm going to share a few tips you can try that will help get rid of some of the anxiety surrounding Christmas plus I share a few tips from our community as well. What are some of YOUR tips for a less stressful Christmas/Holiday season? Enjoy this episode? Make sure to leave a rating and review!!
In today's episode of the Brown Girl Self-Care podcast Bre shares her thoughts on taking a look at the "company you keep" as we enter an exciting new decade. We are privileged to see 2020, let's not waste time!! Have you subscribed to the show yet? Click here so that you know when new episodes drop and to leave a rating and review. Join the BGSC Newsletter for more motivation in your inbox.
Could you use a little more boldness and confidence in your actions and decision making processes? In this episode of the Brown Girl Self-Care podcast Bre talks about her experience at a co-working space that made her aware of how some of us move differently, take up more space and aren't apologetic about it. Listen here: ps - here is a clip of the way Conrad from The Resident walks to give you an idea of what i mentioned in this episode He walks up straight and tall, with urgency and his arms are always taking up space (as if he's super swole) Fast forward to about 1:10