Chelsea’s Blog

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How Would Your Treat Yourself If You Were Your Own Best Friend?

I was in the car a few weeks ago with my family. We were on our way back from a wedding, huddled in the car with snacks in preparation for the five-hour drive home. Just one more week until we would finally leave for Germany to reunite with Domi’s family, who have really become our […]

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It’s Time To Flip The Script! Course Sign-ups Are Live!

Break Free From What Society Has Told You To Be… Not Feeling Enough,   Having to Prove Your Worth, and  Robbing You of Your Freedoms,  Joy, and Living The Life You Dream Of!  You’ve been plagued by the idea of constantly needing to do more and more to prove the value of who you innately are […]

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Why Is Competition Hindering Our Learning?

It’s been a while since I sat in a class and started learning something new. It’s been a while since I sat in a class and felt like the teacher was speaking a different language (and they aren’t). It’s hard to admit when we don’t understand something. It’s a challenge for me to be less […]

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Eternal Optimism or a Way of Life?

I am in a book club currently that focuses on works of anti-racism and in our last meeting, one participant said to me, “I think we missed all the warnings and the signals and the signs and it’s too late for our country. It’s just too late.” I was taken aback by this because I […]

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Fully Baked Unnecessary Rage

Things rarely go as you’d expect them to. Especially not when you tell others to get better about managing their expectations, handling their disappointments, and setting goals. I closed my computer and walked downstairs on Tuesday preparing to upload my post. I had spent much longer than usual editing my video and was ready to […]

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You Bet Your Booty I’m Relentless

My Dad, who might I add, loves me very, very much ascribed an adjective to my normal state of being from the time I was about two years old. Relentless. And wasn’t that the truth. I think at the time he didn’t necessarily think it was to my benefit, mostly I think I drove him […]

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