Chelsea’s Blog

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Using Our Emotions As Information

Has anyone every told you, “you’re too sensitive?” Or, “you’re just too emotional.” Or, “you should learn to take the emotion out of things.” Yeah, me too. And I had this epiphany about the difference between taking the emotion out of things versus taking things personally. Those two things are not the same. And I […]

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Pearls and Breadcrumbs

My friend KC and I were exchanging a myriad of voice memos the other day and we kept talking about how so many things have just randomly popped up in our lives. People we didn’t expect. Job opportunities we never saw coming. I sat down at my computer to work and saw my phone ping […]

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Tea and Warm Fuzzies

Today is all about taking a pause even if only for thirty seconds or one minute to center yourself. It’s so easy to get swept away in the stress and anxiety of the day, so let’s just be together here for a few moments so I can give you my latest and favorite ways to […]

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Rethinking the Mundane

Life gets repetitive. It happens. But sometimes we take that repetitiveness and make it something negative in our minds instead of finding ways to make the mundane, everyday life special.  I noticed when I start to take the “mundane” as not exciting enough, or wanting more, drama in my life starts to appear, but when […]

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My Accidental Preference for a Hamster Wheel of Stress

I have not been sleeping very well lately. But in particular, a few days ago it had been rough. Our alarm went off at six am and it felt like the middle of the night. I had this nagging cough I could not shake (don’t worry I’ve been tested, it’s not COVID) and it made […]

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Chuck it in the Opinion Ocean

Hi Friends!! I had a wave of inspiration so today I am coming to you right after a workout and before a shower and I am thankful that you take me just as I am. Today we are unpacking wanting someone’s opinion versus needing someone’s approval. I believe they are two different things. What do […]

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