Hey, hey mindful friends!
I am a proud introvert. Although, I have to admit I didn’t realize it until I was in college and started dating an extrovert. But, I am what scientists call a social introvert. While I like being along and recharge after getting some “me time”, I also enjoy being around people, as long as it’s not a large chaotic endeavor. Gosh, those scenes are exhausting.
In 2018, I started on my wellness journey. I committed to a healthy lifestyle to improve my heart health, mindset, and overall wellness so I could be a better mom, wife, and friend. But a lot of “stuff” kept getting in the way of that progress. I was feeling very stuck. Then, like many people, the pandemic provided me opportunities to dive deep into self reflection and personal development in a way that probably wouldn’t have been available to me otherwise.
In 2020, I discovered how to be a mindful introvert. What the heck is a mindful introvert? It’s someone who embraces mindfulness to be more confident, outspoken, and more present in a world where we’re often overshadowed by extroverts. It’s someone who has learned to look inward to find the strength to advocate for their needs to live their best life, even when speaking up can sometimes be absolutely terrifying.
Yep, that’s me. I’m changed my quiet, passive-aggressive demeanor into a proud and confident public speaker, podcast host, and writer. Say what? Yes! And you can too!
I created this community because it’s something I wish I had in my life for the past 10 years. I needed ideas and resources that I could adapt into my own lifestyle to help me deal with all of the ups and downs. Life is not an easy feat, no matter what your story is. I made mistakes, I adapted, I soul-searched, I listened to others, and I learned a lot along the way to make me the woman I am today.
The idea for this community has been a goal of mine for quite some time now. But when a beloved family member passed away from breast cancer a few years ago, I knew I could not hold back any longer and I was absolutely inspired by her strength. Reflecting on her life and the undeniably beautiful impact she had on so many people gave me the courage to begin helping others and sharing the love. She was a young, vibrant, beautiful, healthy woman. So while I often use humor and sarcasm in my writing, I want you to know that this business is inspired by, and dedicated to, Becky and all of the strong, beautiful cancer warriors out there. ❤︎
Mindful Meditation Certified
Beth is certified in Mindfulness Meditation through the Yoga Renew Teacher Training. She trained with Rajaa Azouqa, a world renowned practitioner in Toronto, Canada.
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