you’ve changed

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As humans, we are in a consistent state of perpetual change. 

Life throws us curveballs.

And either we expand.

Or we contract.

We bounce back.

Or we stay stagnant. 

We choose to find the joy.

Or we choose to linger in the pain.

Change is inevitable.

The only question that really matters is: “are we changing for the better?”


When it comes to building meaningful connections with others, vulnerability is key. But being open and honest… even with the people we care about can be hard. 

Here are five tips to help you embrace the power of vulnerability.


Even though the seasons haven’t officially changed, my allergies have been in shambles. I finally decided to invest in an air purifier and this one seems promising. 


Join or start a book club.

Book  clubs can be a great way to connect with others who share your love of reading, and it can also be a great way to discuss books and gain new perspectives on literature.


Every day on Instagram, I’m dropping reels that clearly explain the Reset Workshop. I absolutely hate selling, but I genuinely feel passionately about the community and connections that will come from this mastermind. I’d be honored if you shared one of the reels to your Instagram stories. 

Here’s an explainer video about Emotional Intelligence (Tiktok)

Here’s some useful advice for the creators (Youtube)

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