Recently, I went to a big family gathering where my cousin wanted to try his hand at stamping for the first time. He just took off with it! I was so pleased to see how much fun he was having as he created bracelets for our family. When I saw his bracelets, they were nowhere near what I would have been comfortable gifting to people. This is not a critique of his stamping but a reflection on what I believe is acceptable for myself. That thought sparked my curiosity - is this a “thing”? This article is all about our relationship with the "P word"... PERFECTIONISM and shifting the perspective of perfection from the end result to the journey.
Research shows that when you write down and vocalize your goals or the things you want in life, you are more likely to manifest them into actual reality.
Good Morning America recently shared that the #1 Trick for New Year's Resolutions that Stick is choosing a WORD of the year and getting your WORD on a MyIntent bracelet as a reminder!
We’ve all been here before, January comes and we are eager to jump on the bandwagon of setting new goals, in order to have the best, most success year possible. However, despite all the excitement and determination we have, a few months pass and it seems like most of us have failed to see any real progress towards achieving what we set out to do.
In order to finally put an end to this ongoing cycle, we would like to share with you our top three favorite tips to help make 2019 your best, most productive year yet!
How to lead an intention setting exercise Ready to go beyond stamping and actually lead the intention setting exercises? Heck yeah! In a traditional yoga class it’s quite common for the teacher to ask students to set an intention before they begin to move. While this may be enough for some, others may want more guidance, “What is an intention? How do I think of one? What should it be?” If the yoga studio manager is open to it, you could ask them if you could partner with the yoga teachers to open up each class that day with an...