Through my work, I have both witnessed and experienced first-hand the repercussions of neglecting self-care as a sacrifice for our dedication to work, or family, or others in our lives. Work and life stress takes a toll on the body physically, mentally, and spiritually, and its effects are chronic and cumulative. We think we are being selfless, or admirable, or doing good by putting ourselves last, yet over time our work suffers, our relationships suffer, and we suffer, as well as the impact we wish to make in the world.
Through my personal journey I have come to cherish the gift of well-being. Well-being is something we create for ourselves through the inner work we invest in in order to transform into a more resilient, more balanced, more peaceful, and happier version of ourself. When you do the inner work necessary to reclaim your well-being, your outer world will align with this restoration, and your impact on the world around you will be stronger, more meaningful, and deeper.
Whether you are a seasoned pro or a newbie when it comes to doing inner work through mindfulness and meditation, I want to connect with you. I look forward to sharing our experiences, knowledge, and growth together, for the journey is never truly complete while we are still here on earth.
If you are suffering from compassion fatigue, I also want to help you. It is a crippling feeling to be overcome by stress, negative feelings, or the inability to perform at your highest capacity because of the demands and drains of your chosen profession. There is always hope, and with the right resources, you can recognize the early signs of fatigue (whether ethical or compassion) and adjust accordingly.
If you would like to stay informed with resources for well-being, and for opportunities to transform yourself in small but cumulative ways, please click here to sign up for meditation and mindfulness, and here for compassion fatigue resources.