I stumbled upon this website probably on Facebook which is where I usually find unique websites. My favorite part of the website is the About page. Cynthia is the owner, author and designer of the TellMe Insight Cards. On her About page, she shares what she wants us to know about her and her business. I love it! Its raw, free and open. Her passion for what she does is clear on this page and just makes owning a set of her cards even more of a treasure.
I personally have not started to utilize these TellMe Insight Cards mostly from laziness, but they are written in my planner as a goal to reach towards daily. I am not a very good journaler and hoping these cards will help me in not only keeping a regular journal but to dig deep and write out what I do not or have not shared with anyone.
If you have not visited or heard of Cynthia and her TellMe Insight Cards, visit her website today.
Empath and HSP
I have begun to understand that I am a highly sensitive person (HSP). My new job has taken me down this journey of learning more about being an HSP and I fit well into the category almost to the point of being a full empath. This job of mine provides me space to be alone from many people and negative energy. I have an office of my own and am usually left to do my work.
One of my bosses has more than enough energy to fill up a small closet. He can come into my office and I immediately can’t wait for him to leave because his energy is too much for me to handle. Please do not mistaken that for not liking my boss. I mean we all like our bosses about as much as an employee can like their boss. J
As a writer, I believe that being HSP or an empath helps with how well I can write. I can focus on my characters and the storyline without distraction or losing my feel for the story. Writers have to love their stories to know they are writing a good one.
My current WIP is planned to be finished and heading to the editor by the end of the month. I am super excited about this because it has been a long time coming but if I hadn’t started making changes to myself at the start of the year, I would not have been able to set this goal.
Rachel Hollis is a motivational speaker who I first started to see on Facebook from my daughters post last fall. I kept checking it out as the year came to an end before I really got into it. I purchased her non-fiction book ‘Girl, Wash Your Face’ and read through it, started taking her life coaching classes in January and later added the business coaching classes. Her second non-fiction book came out and I had pre-ordered that. I have not read it completely through but am working on that. Goals.
Rachel takes you through different aspects of you as a person allowing you to realize certain things about yourself with her life coaching classes. I have learned so much about my self from these classes that it will be sad when they are over come the end of the year.
If you haven’t heard of Rachel Hollis, you might want to check out her website and get on board with her infectious positivity.