Intentional Self Blog

How to Identify Quality Friends: What Makes a Good Friend and How to Spot a Toxic Friend

How to Identify Quality Friends: What Makes a Good Friend and How to Spot a Toxic Friend

Quality friends aren’t always easy to spot.  Whether it's time to completely cut out toxic friends, find new people to fill their place, or keep the ones you have - here are 4 key signs of quality friendships.

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Apologizing: 3 Reasons Why Its Self Care

Apologizing: 3 Reasons Why Its Self Care

"I'm sorry" is probably a phrase that leaves the most bitter taste in your mouth out of all the things passing your lips. But an apology can be the sweetest thing for someone else to hear and a balm to you as well if its sincere.  While its not easy to apologize and you may not want to - there are powerful benefits for you when you do.

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Self Talk & How to Get it Right in 3 Steps

Self Talk & How to Get it Right in 3 Steps

From pandemic fatigue to just normal moodiness - we all can use some self talk adjustment to keep our mental space positive.  In this post I'm going to explain what self talk is and how you can be successful in keeping that internal dialogue joyful.

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The 5 Aspects of Self Care (and how to define them)

We made this awesome infographic to make it easy for you!

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For First Degree Zoom Burnout - Self Care is the Cure

If you have to meet virtually several times a day, week, or month - you can experience a particular fatigue or burnout that can be hard to describe.  In this post, we'll define what "Zoom Burnout/Fatigue" is. We'll cover examples of how it can happen and the best self care practices you can implement to fight it.

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