Category: Perfectly Imperfect

The Best Gift ANYONE Could Give & Receive This Holiday Season is…

It’s LOVE. Suggestions: Give Hugs, Give Kisses, Give Smiles, Give Thanks, Give Acknowledgement and, most of all, Give Your Time. Show encouragement and compassion. Forgive. Recharge. Keep Calm! Write a letter to someone who needs it (yourself included!) that says, … Continue reading

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What would you like to try today?

When you try something new and release the pressure to be perfect from the start, you may surprise yourself by how much you enjoy it! What would you like to try today? How could you make the process more fun … Continue reading

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What to do when people “should” all over you

The next time some one tells you what you “should” do, take a step back and ask yourself, “What do I ‘choose’ to do?” When people tell you what you should do, they’re usually coming from a loving place and … Continue reading

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Wholehearted

Recently I interviewed Sara Forte, a food writer behind the Sprouted Kitchen, and the quote above was her answer to the following question: What drives you to live wholeheartedly and be authentic? Sara’s blog isn’t just about recipes. It shows … Continue reading

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Lily’s Life: Be unapologetically yourself, flaws and all.

Being in Argentina has significantly changed the way in which I see myself, and my place in the world. Although I wish I could concisely put into words all of the changes within me that studying abroad has created, the … Continue reading

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