Taking care of ourselves intuitively makes sense. If you don’t eat healthy, exercise, or get enough sleep, you’ll more than likely get sick and/or feel like crap. It’s a pretty simple concept to grasp. However, simple does not necessarily mean easy. In fact, self-care is downright difficult, especially when it asks us to change our #1 widely held belief --
"I don't have time."
What if I told you that the best thing you can do for your company's bottom line is to take care of yourself?Read More
LaTisha's Answer: I am most proud of my daughter. She turned 36 weeks yesterday. Our breastfeeding journey is 253 days in the making. 113 more to go! It’s been the most difficult thing I’ve done to date and has taken consistency, focus, and lots of positive affirmations.
Real talk, this motherhood thing is, by far, the hardest thing I've ever done.Read More
consejo del día (advice of the day) -- Journal for 10 minutes a day.
We live in a world where everyone is always on the go. It's a "What's next?" society. You got your MBA. What's next? You got married. What's next? You won a GRAMMY. What's next? Sheesh.
LaTisha’s Answer: Nope. Not at all.
Believe it or not, I am a huge worrier and I hate it. Worry is a sign that fear and self-doubt have highjacked my brain. While I honor my fear and its desire to keep me safe, I really should be focusing on my track record of blessings and how God has always shown up and shown out for me, over and over again. I look over at Lyric, who is going to town in her jumper, and I remember how she was a prayer I prayed for over 4 years. She’s here now.
I know this.
However, I waste precious brain power contemplating the worst case scenario over and over and over again. I focus on my defeat and imminent doom, instead of getting to work. By the time I switch over to thinking about what I do want to happen and get to work creating it, I am drained and I just want to feel sorry for myself and do nothing.Read More