Especially during these difficult times! Women’s tees come in purple (pictured), blue, and green tri-blend… and are perfect if you could use an inspiring message for yourself or for a friend. Shop the CELEBRATE EACH STEP, NO MATTER HOW SMALL tees here. 5% of net proceeds goes to Mental Health America.
In a year where we’ve faced so many challenges and have been forced to adjust our goals and plans over and over, it’s easy to feel like we’re getting nowhere fast. But that’s simply not true. It may be hard to see the small wins in your life in the midst of all the chaos … Read more How to celebrate your small wins during Covid
2020 has challenged us in all kinds of ways. And even though it may not seem like it right now – things really will be okay. ️ Wear this sterling pendant close to your heart as a reminder. Our pendants are custom-engraved in Los Angeles, and ship for FREE from Maui. 5% of net proceeds … Read more IT’S GOING TO BE OKAY (Sterling Pendants)
I’ve posted this one before, but it speaks to everything going on in our world right now, so I wanted to reshare it. When we look for some kind of opportunity during difficult times, it can help us get through them. Maybe the challenges of 2020 have given you the opportunity to spend more time … Read more Look for the opportunity in the Covid crisis
The hashtag that changed my life, and inspired so many of you to notice the beauty around you every day: #ichoosebeauty In this old photo (😬), I’m wearing the Unisex tee in green – it has a looser fit than the Women’s Tee, and also comes in purple and blue tri-blend. Shop the #ICHOOSEBEAUTY … Read more #ICHOOSEBEAUTY (unisex tees)
Who else wishes these trying times would just pass already?! Our shop is still open if you could use an inspiring message for yourself or for a friend during this difficult year. Tanks come in Indigo (pictured), Envy, and Vintage Purple tri-blend… and are perfect for working out or lounging. Shop the THIS TOO SHALL … Read more THIS TOO SHALL PASS (tanks)
What are you doing to help you get through the hard days of 2020? I’ve definitely been leaning on my daily #ichoosebeauty practice of looking for life’s little things every day. It’s a nice reminder that beauty still exists despite the hardships we’re all facing because of the pandemic and everything else going on in … Read more What are you doing to help you get through the hard days of 2020?
Laughter feels extra good lately, doesn’t it? Our shop is still open if you could use an inspiring message for yourself or for a friend during this difficult year. Tanks come in Envy (pictured), Indigo, and Vintage Purple tri-blend… and are perfect for working out or lounging. Shop the SAVOR THE LAUGHTER tanks here. … Read more SAVOR THE LAUGHTER (tanks)
My usual routines for exercising, eating healthy, and being consistent with my sleep have definitely fallen by the wayside lately… understandably. I’ve been giving myself grace, but I’m also trying to get back to some semblance of a routine – even if it looks different than it used to pre-pandemic – because I know how … Read more Mental Health Month: Creating Healthy Routines
In case you need some feel-good products right now… everything in the I CHOOSE BEAUTY Shop is 15% off in honor of Mental Health Month! Pendants, tees, tanks, mugs, … and the brand new Finding Hope journal are all on sale! Plus 5% of net proceeds goes to Mental Health America. Use code MHM15 at … Read more Mental Health Month SALE!
The pandemic has brought up so many different emotions for all of us: fear, sadness, loneliness, etc. No matter what you’ve experienced over the past few weeks, owning those feelings will help you work through them… and feel better. To help you process those feelings, I want to share a worksheet with you from my … Read more Mental Health Month: Owning your feelings
We’ve all lost things during the Covid pandemic: whether it’s being with loved ones, our usual routines, income, school, big events, etc. So how do we find the positive after loss? All month long, I’ll share free worksheets from my partner, Mental Health America as part of Mental Health Month’s #Tools2Thrive theme – tools to … Read more Mental Health Month: Finding the positive after loss
Through the ups and downs of the quarantine/isolation…. interestingly, connection can be both an “up” and a “down.” It’s obviously hard not being together in-person like we’re used to, but let’s look at how we CAN connect right now. I feel so blessed that we live in a time where technology makes it so easy … Read more Connecting during the Covid quarantine
Every week into this pandemic feels like another beginning of a new phase to me. Not necessarily a cut and dry phase… more like what you feel after experiencing trauma and grief – you have various feelings that will continue to come and go in waves over time. I was able to manage my anxiety … Read more Mental health phases of the pandemic
When I was creating the new “Finding Hope” four-week digital journal, I wanted it to be a mental health tool to help you get through these challenging times. Think of it as your personal space to really tune in to your heart and mind, and to reflect on all the good in your life in … Read more Finding Hope: Strength, peace, and light during the covid pandemic
How are you doing this week? Are you starting to adjust to the new strange “normal”? I feel like I’m finally surrendering to the situation, and had a little less anxiety last week. Two changes I made: I let myself rest more. My body needed it, and I slept a lot. I gave myself … Read more 2 things that helped reduce my pandemic anxiety
Introducing… the new “Finding Hope” four-week digital journal – I created this for you to help get through these challenging times. Think of it as your personal space to really tune in to your heart and mind, and to reflect on all the good in your life in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. The … Read more New “Finding Hope” digital journal
How are you doing today? I’m right there with you, friends. This is unlike anything we’ve faced before, and it’s hard. How we react to the pandemic is essential to our mental health. Right now, what seems to be helping me the most is when I focus on what I can control, but I … Read more Focus on what you can control