I remember years ago this guy who I was dating gave advice to a girl at the Shabbat table that even if her hair was a little messed up, if she was confident, she could pull it off. Today I went to synagogue for the first time in two months. I had taken somewhat of … Continue reading Standing Tall
I love the YouTube videos that show her speaking from her heart on what feels right for the presentation of her show and what does not. She has a vision. It speaks to her. She wants to manifest it. She makes decisions. Even if it’s hard. She trusts her gut. And she commits. Dang girl. … Continue reading Beyoncé’s Decisiveness
#DemiLovatoConfident I used to think that some people were just lucky because they were popular and always got invited out. Like they had some sort of pizzaz that just drew people toward them. Now I’m wondering if it's more so that the universe is just giving them back the energy that they put in. Like … Continue reading What’s Wrong with Being Confident?
This morning, I was stressing out about my upcoming evening of two back-to-back nutrition sessions in my private practice. It is my first time having back-to-back sessions in private practice—not to mention, I can still count on one hand the total clients I have in my budding private practice (Where it goes, only G-d knows! … Continue reading TBT: Confidence Boost Busts Stress
Some people assume that if they give their child a healthy snack, they will stand out from their peers in a bad way; the other students will think they are weird, or more likely, their kid will feel bad for having to eat carrot sticks while their friends have gushers, or the like. But that … Continue reading Cool as a Cucumber: Bringing Healthy Snacks to School