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Congratulations, Courageous Learner!

Your journey of self-discovery is a courageous one indeed.

While you may still be finding your footing and learning to navigate the complexities of life, your willingness to step into the unknown and embrace new opportunities is a testament to your strength and resilience.

Remember, it's okay to set boundaries and prioritize your own well-being. You are worthy of love, respect, and happiness, and you have the power to create the life you deserve.

As you continue to learn and grow, consider these steps:

  • Be kind to yourself and celebrate your progress, no matter how small.
  • Surround yourself with people who uplift and support you on your journey.
  • Take time to reflect on your values and what truly matters to you.

You are capable of amazing things, Courageous Learner. Embrace your journey with open arms, knowing that each step forward brings you closer to the person you are meant to be.

Here is a little phone wallpaper to encourage you on your journey.

Resources For Your Continued Journey

For the Love Podcast



The ultimate example of a fierce woman, Camila moved independently from Brazil to the U.S. at only fifteen, determined to take the world by storm.

After stumbling into modeling, Camila hustled, and she hustled hard. She lived her life to the very fullest, experiencing all she could, because those life moments are things that can never be taken away.

She’s a proponent of the spirit of trying, the experience of living, and innovating in every way possible, and she’s on the show to share what magic can happen when we’re comfortable and confident enough in our own skin that we can turn our efforts to the other women around us who need to be lifted.

From the Blog

Try Being Gentle with Your Earlier Selves

Anyway, I am deeeeeeeply examining all the systems and hierarchies and sub-cultures and biases that built me (easy breezy), and I’m doing so through memories and moments and snapshots.

One recurring feeling is, surprisingly, a sense of compassion for the young versions of me. Current me wants to pull my hair out and wail at the absurdity of so much of it, the doomed-ness, the naivety and foolishness and limitations, but I can honestly say I was doing the absolute best I knew at the time.

Me Course: Simplicity


Simply amazing.

I brought in two experts for this course, including Myquillyn Smith a.k.a. The Nester (I like to call her the Home Whisperer). She is our cozy minimalist and will help us to have the most amount of style with the least amount of stuff.

Then, Emily P. Freeman — the soul minimalist — will help us clear out the mental and emotional loads that we carry and cart around that clutter our thoughts, our actions, our wellbeing, and more.