Tips and tricks for emotions and articles full of feels!

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Blog Posts, Emotional Tools

Recently, I’ve noticed that I have a lot of resentment in one of my relationships. And it’s leaving me feeling stressed and frustrated. So, I’ve decided to see what I can do to help myself understand and release this uncomfortable feeling. If you’re struggling with resentment, here are 5 steps to release resentment and heal.

5 Steps to Release Resentment and Heal

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Emotional Tools

One of my favorite ways to manage my emotions is by journaling. There are so many ways to do it, so let me tell you how to journal your emotions.

How to Journal Your Emotions

Blog Posts, Emotional Tools

Hey friends! How you ever wondered what tapping is? Well, today we’re going to learn about tapping, or EFT, which stands for Emotional Freedom Technique. It’s a very powerful tool that I use almost every single day to help me regulate my emotions. So, here’s how to tap for your emotional health.

How to Tap for Emotional Health

Emotional Tools

As a recovering people pleaser, I’ve found it really hard to say no to people. But when I stop and reflect, it helps give me the confidence to do so. Here are 3 questions that make saying no easier.

3 Questions That Make Saying No Easier

Self-Love, Uncategorized

Hi friends! As I’ve worked on feeling better about myself, one of my big challenges has been learning how to trust myself again. But what I discovered about self-trust might surprise you. Here’s the secret to trusting yourself again.

The Secret to Trusting Yourself Again

Codependency, Uncategorized

I used to struggle trying to get absolutely everyone to like me. But after a while, it got really uncomfortable. So I decided to make some changes. If you can relate, here are 4 steps to stop trying to get everyone to like you.

4 Steps to Stop Trying to Get Everyone to Like You

Healing Baggage

Personally, I’ve struggled with the need to be liked for basically my whole life. So I decided to look into the reasons behind it. From there I could start to make changes! If you can relate, let’s talk about where your need to be liked comes from.

Where Does My Need to Be Liked Come From?

Blog Posts, Healing Baggage

To begin, there are times that I seek other people’s validation over my own. And I’m not even aware I’m doing it! If you can relate, here are 50 signs your own validation isn’t enough for you.

50 Signs Your Own Validation Isn’t Enough

Self-Love, Uncategorized

Hey friends! As someone with anxiety, being in quarantine can sometimes make it worse. So, I want to share with you some of the things that are helping me manage my anxiety right here. Here are my top 10 must haves for quarantine anxiety survival. 

Top 10 Must Haves for Quarantine Anxiety Survival

Codependency

As someone who has felt responsible for other people’s emotions a lot, it can be hard to know when I’m even doing it! So, here are 3 signs youre taking on other peoples emotions.

3 Signs You’re Taking on Other People’s Emotions

But it hasn't always been this way! For years, I ran as far as I could from my feelings. I was so disconnected from myself that I didn't know who I was and felt completely lost. My life was far from how I longed for it to be.

Until the day I discovered how gooood it feels to let your emotions flow. After taking a self-awareness course, I experienced the pure joy of allowing myself to actually feel. All the anger, the sadness, the frustration...

Ever since then I'm on a mission to teach women to embrace the power of their emotions.

I believe emotions are the inner GPS. Following their signals takes you on the journey to discover who you actually are!

Hey, I'm Holly. 

And at this point, there’s no turning back.

You’ve found your itinerary to embracing your emotions,

one that hugs, heals, and hits different.

And at this point, there’s no turning back.

You’ve found your itinerary to embracing your emotions,

one that hugs, heals, and hits different.

welcome, friend