Scientific Evidence That Women ARE Indeed Crazy

If you have resonated with any of the Ditch the Bitch messages I’ve shared, then this one will especially hit home. Yes it’s true that our own inner-Bitches impact our self-esteem, self-image, and body-image, but when you get down to the specifics of what makes THAT happen, it comes down to 3 things: Whenever your…

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Why Most How-To’s Don’t Work

No doubt you heard the following in song-like fashion growing up: “First comes love. Then comes marriage. Then comes the baby in the baby carriage.” Remember that one? It’s cute. It’s memorable. But it’s not REALLY how life works. Nope, not at all. There’s this whole ‘courting’ process that goes on before anyone even thinks…

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How I Feel (and Don’t Feel) About Money

After college I did what any adventurous confused what-do-I-do-now twenty-something would do: I saved up money working odds and ends jobs, packed up a backpack and traveled around the world. I did this for a few years. Once this was out of my system, I decided it might be time to go back to the…

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Book Review: The War of Art by Steven Pressfield

​​Whoever you are. Whatever roles you fill. Whatever challenges you face. Whatever you’re the ​mack-daddy or the bee’s knees or superbly awesome at​.  YOU face resistance. And I believe it would serve everyone and anyone to read Steven Pressfield’s The War of Art. ​ ​ ​The man is a master at sharing his real-world view…

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Book Review: The Gifts of Imperfection By Brene Brown

Okay, I’m not gonna sugar-coat it. I have a bit of a she-crush on Brene Brown. No, not in that way. I mean it in the inspired, moved, and led to new thoughts and questions by her important work kinda way. ​ ​She calls herself a “shame researcher”, and I personally believe that her life’s…

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