This is how I start and end my day – with the Finding Hope journal – to constantly help my super stubborn brain be more positive. The daily exercises in the journal will help you feel better about yourself and your life, especially during challenging times.They're the same ones I use to help me heal whenever I find my mental health slipping. My sincere hope is that they do the same for you. If you don’t have my new Finding Hope journal yet, grab your copy today on Amazon using the link in my bio!5% of net proceeds goes to @mentalhealthamerica.

This month marks my 6-year anniversary with Beautycounter, which definitely qualifies as one of my #ichoosebeauty moments – something that brings me joy. 🥳🥳And I would be remiss not to share this opportunity with you. 😯 A partnership with Beautycounter is perfect if you:Want a side gig that makes a difference in the worldWant to be part of a supportive community lifting each other up Want to help loved ones understand the outdated and harmful practices in the personal care industry Are looking for a passion project that's also fun Need an additional stream of incomeCare about health and wellness…or a combination of any of the above. Also… This is seriously THE BEST TIME EVER to partner with Beautycounter and its important mission to change the outdated beauty industry! Sign up now and you'll get an extra 10% bonus commission during your first 90 days, which means 35-45% commission on your sales!Interested? DM me, and let's figure out if this is a good fit for you. Cheers to 6 years! 🥳🥳

It’s World Suicide Prevention Day, and I'm living proof that it's possible to reduce deaths from suicide.There was a time when I was in such a dark place that I didn't really care if I ever saw light again. I felt like the only way to stop hurting was to sleep so deeply that I wouldn’t wake up. I finally found the strength to get help and began the excruciating climb out of that dark hole. Therapy saved my life and gave me critical tools to keep going. It’s actually how my #ichoosebeauty project began. I believe we must talk openly about mental health and suicide so that those who are struggling know it's okay to get the help they need.You can help, too. The Suicide & Crisis Lifeline @988lifeline wants you to know the 5 steps to help someone in suicidal crisis:ASK⁠When somebody you know is in emotional pain, ask them the tough question directly, “Are you thinking about killing yourself?"KEEP THEM SAFEIs your friend thinking about suicide? Ask if they’ve thought about how they would do it and separate them from anything they could use to hurt themselves.BE THEREListen to your friend’s reasons for feeling hopeless and in pain. Listen with compassion and empathy, without dismissing or judging.HELP THEM CONNECT⁠If your friend is having thoughts of suicide, connect them to the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline new three-digit number: 988.FOLLOW UP⁠Check in on a regular basis. Making contact during the days and weeks after a crisis can make a difference in keeping them alive.WANT TO KNOW MORE?⁠Go to for lots of valuable information. ⁣You might help save a life.️

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