Photo shot by at Wolfcamp Studio in Costa Mesa

I talk to myself (a lot). And so do you. We all do – it’s not just for the crazies.

Self-talk is powerful. Yet, our thoughts fall on a spectrum – from honoring to destructive. The voice we hear can be a source of motivation and strength or, on our worse days, drive us to hopelessness and despair. While I would love to hear, “go get ‘em, girl”, sometimes I get, “never gonna happen, sister”. It’s not always positive. At times it sounds down right hopeless and mean.

If we simply listen to ourselves, we miss an incredible opportunity to shape our internal talk. With focus and care, we have the power to influence our internal voice.

Today, I’m super excited to share my thoughts on self-talk over at Whoorl – head on over to for more.

Photo by Ryan Haack at Wolfcamp Studios in Costa Mesa

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    09/08/2014 at 8:00 am

    Positive Self talk is something I’ve been really trying to work on and trying to focus on when the negative occurs and why it’s a tough task but such a great tool if we can reframe our talk into more positive, self-loving affirmations.

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      09/08/2014 at 8:02 am

      Totally. The WHY is so important – for me it’s often rooted in comparison.

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