In today’s episode, my guest is Brittany Clark from Lazuli. When I started chatting with her, I felt a sense of connection. Like I was talking to a kindred spirit.
So many of her values, like self love and treating yourself with respect ring true with what I hold dear.
Brittany accepted that she has anxiety and instead of wondering what to do, she figured it out for herself. She talks about how instead of depending on medication, she instead searched for a holistic approach.
And you guessed it, self care and self love are at the top of that list.
Brittany also isn’t afraid to go into her time in therapy and she shares what she learned from that experience.
My friends, it’s a game changer.
I’m so excited for you to learn from her experience and be able to implement her practices into your daily life.
Check it out below:
A few questions I ask Brittany:
- What self care means to you?
- What are ways to implement self care into daily life?
- How does someone notice when they have negative self talk? How can someone implement self love into their life?
Highlights from Today’s episode:
- Real talk about anxiety
- actionable steps that you can implement TODAY to stay mentally healthy and practice self love
- how to strategically place visual cues all through out your life to remind you of what’s important to you
- why learning to be alone with yourself is so healing
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