On Nourishing: Drawing Power from Powerful Women Around Me

  I start my mornings the same way. And while they’ve evolved slightly since I first reported on my morning a few things haven’t changed. I still wake up with several minutes of cat-cow. I still oil pull…most days. I still enjoy a cup of tea or coffee first thing. Newer additions include a fewContinue reading “On Nourishing: Drawing Power from Powerful Women Around Me”

Dear Molly, How Do I Get Past Imposter Syndrome?

Lately, I’ve been feeling more and more like a fake at my job. I just got hired last month and I constantly feel like I’m am behind everyone else. There’s so much I don’t know! I feel like I spend every meeting trying to hide my confusion. What should I do? Should I go toContinue reading “Dear Molly, How Do I Get Past Imposter Syndrome?”

On Why: Learning to Love Your Likeability

  “When you stand for nothing, you fall for everything.” One of my favorite quotes and believed to be said by Alexander Hamilton (but that detail has blurred since the 18th-century). I always find it remarkable how someone living so long ago, in such a different way could have said something that still profoundly resonatesContinue reading “On Why: Learning to Love Your Likeability”

Dear Molly, How Can I Move Past That Embarrassing Thing I Did?

Do you ever have those moments where you start to think about something embarrassing or cringe you did like six years ago? I can’t stop thinking about this one thing that happened and every time I do it’s really hard to feel confident. How can I move past it?   We all get those moments.Continue reading “Dear Molly, How Can I Move Past That Embarrassing Thing I Did?”

Dear Molly, The guy I’m dating is pulling away. How do I keep him without being needy?

I started dating this guy a few weeks ago and at first everything was going super well. There wasn’t any weird “who is texting first” thing. There wasn’t any force conversation. It all felt so natural like we’d been friends for a long time. We went on around 10 dates, all good – I thinkContinue reading “Dear Molly, The guy I’m dating is pulling away. How do I keep him without being needy?”

Dear Molly, What Can I Do To Make More Friends?

So today I was hanging around at these cliffs by the lake I live near with a couple of close friends. About an hour into the day some of their friends showed up unexpectedly and both of the guys I had gone there with sorta just left me and the new dudes weren’t exactly ~hospitable~Continue reading “Dear Molly, What Can I Do To Make More Friends?”

Dear Molly, I Don’t Want to Be a Quitter.

Why do I always give up on things I was once so excited about? It feels like the second something gets difficult or doesn’t go my way, I give up. It’s become a running joke of how much a quitter I am. I know it’s a confidence issue, but how do I fix this?  Continue reading “Dear Molly, I Don’t Want to Be a Quitter.”

Dear Molly, How do you feel beautiful when you barely feel pretty?

Some days I feel really special and beautiful and other days I barely want to look at myself because I don’t feel pretty. I guess what I’m asking is, how can you feel beautiful when you barely feel pretty? How can you change your thinking like that?   Feeling beautiful and feeling pretty are notContinue reading “Dear Molly, How do you feel beautiful when you barely feel pretty?”

Dear Molly, I’m Searching for Confidence.

I’ve been really interested in starting an Instagram page for my photography, but I’m not sure where to start. Every time I start posting my photos I get really self-conscious and end up deleting all of them. I tried starting a new account, but am still struggling with what all my friends and family willContinue reading “Dear Molly, I’m Searching for Confidence.”

Dear Molly, Why Her and Not Me?

I’m wondering if you have advice on something…I just want to know, how to get over feeling “why her and not me” when it comes to guys. It just makes me feel not good enough 😦 Like if a guy is totally capable of treating you the way you secretly want to but chooses notContinue reading “Dear Molly, Why Her and Not Me?”