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SSBD: Julia Stabler Welcome to the first post in the Same Same but Different blog series. “Same, same, but Different” is a phrase I heard continually while backpacking Southeast Asia. Street vendors would use it to bargain with people, but here we are using it to explore the idea that while we may not share … Read more
My Story This post has been a long time coming. I’ve tried to avoid it. Every time I open the computer, I distract myself. My brain doesn’t want me to be this courageous. My heart knows better though, my heart says write. After being featured on #HalftheStory, I felt now was the time more than ever. … Read more
Let’s Stop Pretending Our Lives Are Always Instagrammable Last year, I took to instagram for #30daysoftruth and each day woke up and wrote how I was truly feeling that day. I opened myself up on social media in ways I never had before. In those thirty days I struggled with a health scare, body image … Read more
How Are My Limiting Beliefs Affecting Me? Limiting beliefs are ideas or stories that we have told ourselves that influence our everyday choices, sometimes unknowingly. When we uncover what these beliefs are, and get to the root of the cause, we are empowered to quiet these limiting beliefs and transform into the best version of … Read more
Stuck in a Job You Hate? Okay, so maybe you don’t HATE your job…maybe you’re just bored? Either way, bored or hating it is not a great place to be. You may feel stuck, like you have to stay because you need the paycheck or are fearful to step out on your own. You may … Read more
The Most Honest Wedding Day Post My wedding day was absolutely amazing, don’t get me wrong. The love and joy that was shared that day was truly remarkable and something that we will hold dear in our hearts for the rest of our lives. Was it an amazing day? Absolutely! Was it perfect? Umm, no. … Read more
The Bright Side of Failure Here’s me, being excited about failure! Failure has the ability to crush us or mold us into the person we are meant to become. It is up for us to choose which outcome we let happen. When I was 14, I tried out for the high school volleyball team. I … Read more