Let's talk about growth. productivity. purpose. wellness. love.
Growth can sometimes mean unpacking the baggage of our past and sorting through our experiences.
Unpacking and sorting.
It's a little lonely sometimes—
if that's alright with you, you're in the right place.
What does growth mean to you?
For some, it’s the chance to try again. Life has a way of teaching us lessons. It’s mostly after a monumental screw-up that we realize we need to change. And that’s okay. Unfortunately, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. On the bright side, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. Remember: Your journey won’t look like everyone else’s. Are you ready?
Sawubona, dear reader.
Sawubona is a famous Zulu greeting that translates to “I see you.” I see you with my heart, and your heart sees me. On days when you feel like none of what you do adds up, please know someone right here understands you.
Growth is a journey, and it always helps to have a friend. Care to be one?
Wula na nikamaq—this is who I am connected to because we are so alike. This is community. Surround yourself with leaders, thinkers, artists, creatives. People who will help build you up, not hold you down. People who make room for growth in their lives, just like you.
Listen to the podcast.
Not to sound like a complete weirdo, but imagine if you could pull out a friend from your pocket? This podcast (and the work I do) is kinda like that. It’s about bringing growth closer to those who want it. Yes, I’m talking about you.
I like you. How about
I want to have some much-needed R&R.
Tired, a little stressed out, or just in need of a recharge? Use this printable self-care planner to unwind.
I want to make the most out of my days.
Be THAT girl and stay on top of assignments, projects, tasks, and chores. Don’t plan to fail by failing to plan.
I want freedom from old bad habits.
I am so proud of you for taking this step. Remember, progress is progress, no matter how small. Trust the process.
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I write about growth, self-leadership, and motivation, and I’d love to share it with you, too.
We lead ourselves to lead others.
A big part of growth is self-leadership. About showing up and bringing your whole self forward. How can you bring growth closer to someone else? Help us by supporting these initiatives.