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Change your lens.

Self-help, mental wellness, and personal growth is awesome. I highly recommend it. And if you’re here, you’re likely already doing this. However, there is a sneaky part of self-improvement that many of us start from which is short-sighted. We view ourselves through the lens of seeing that something is wrong, and we’re trying to fix […]

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Miss Nomer

I love constantly learning more about myself. I have always found treasure in self-help and self-improvement books. And somewhere along the way I began calling it “self-growth” and “self-awareness” as I continue to unearth abundance. Because I finally understood that I was never deficient. That there was never anything to fix in the first place.

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Self-Improvement Is A Farce

For a long time now, I have seriously appreciated self-improvement books, courses, and materials. Sometimes I wonder if I single-handedly power this global economic industry… For example, I’m currently practicing how to improve my relationships (with friends, loved ones, money, myself) through clearing myself. And then I had an Aha Moment. The kind that made […]

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New Year, Awesome You

    I’m a highly reflective person by nature. Although this serves me well overall, it can sometimes drive me bonkers. Also those near me. Perhaps you yourself have also received comments like these from people you love and who dearly love you: “Don’t think so much. Just roll with it.” “Don’t feel so much. […]

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Stop “Should-ing” On Yourself

I love this time of year. From Thanksgiving through the New Year, it’s a constant sense of anticipation, hopefulness, and connection. And it can also bring self-imposed expectation, striving, and sneaky idealistic perfection. Dangit. You might recognize some of the symptoms, yourself: As long as I’m hosting dinner, I should include everyone–making it 60 instead […]

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