What are you waiting for?

Uncategorized May 25, 2021

Do you know one of the most significant challenges I hear from my clients?

Prolonging their happiness.

Of course, they don’t say it like that. Most often, they don’t even realize they’re doing it.

Instead, they say things like:

  • I’m soooo busy!
  • It never feels like I’ve done enough
  • It feels like there’s something missing
  • I don’t know how to slow down
  • My to-do list just keeps getting longer!

What’s going on is that they’re waiting for “someday” to allow themselves to feel happier. 

When I have more money saved, then I’ll be happier.

When I fit into my clothes, then I’ll be happier.

When I’m eating the way I should, then I’ll be happier.

When I have more free time, then I’ll be happier.

When my relationships with my kids/spouse are better, then I’ll be happier.

When I’m healthier, then I’ll be happier.

Do you see the insidious problem there?

Things are never going to magically change. Sorry. You’re not going to wake up one day with a new happiness skill set.

You have to practice NOW, with whatever circumstances you have. You have to cultivate happiness on the inside first, no matter how much money you have/don’t have, no matter how much you weigh, no matter what your relationships are like, no matter how busy you are.

The best way to stop prolonging your happiness? Start celebrating. Deeply. Expansively. Enthusiastically. 

Even if you feel like there’s nothing to celebrate. 

Even if you don’t have time.

Especially if you’re always looking forward and never pausing to acknowledge you who’ve become along the way. 

In my experience, the best celebration is regular, purposeful and in community with like-minded people. It’s also a full-bodied experience

If you feel like you could be happier, Deep Celebration is the best way to start. 

Don’t know how? Not sure where to start? Can’t find anything to celebrate? Don’t have time?

These are all just excuses your monkey mind makes up to keep you exactly where you are, because where you are is familiar. But familiar is overrated, especially if your familiar is low on the happiness factor.

So, don’t believe everything your mind tells you. Unless it’s whispering that you deserve to be happy now. You can trust that guidance because it’s the truth.

If you could use some support in finding the like-minded people, and in making your celebration purposeful and full-bodied, this month’s Self-Care Masterclass is happening this week. Attend the masterclass and you’ll know exactly how to maximize your celebrations (and exactly what not to do… because you don’t want your celebrations to turn into self-sabotage!). 

Expanded happiness is guaranteed.

You won’t need this masterclass if:

  • You celebrate yourself purposefully every day
  • You have dedicated time in your calendar at least once a month to celebrate who you’ve become
  • Your celebrations are internal and embodied
  • You courageously celebrate yourself in the company of a supportive community (meaning you can share fully what you love about yourself and how you’re growing without the fear of making others jealous, shining too brightly or being ridiculed)
  • You consistently take time to consciously celebrate your achievements before going on to the next thing

If you weren’t a full yes to all of the points above, you’re invited to The Art of Deep Celebration Masterclass this Friday. Because:

The time to feel happy is now, regardless of what’s going on in your external circumstances. I would love to show you how.

With celebrated love and acknowledged courage,


>Founder of Courageous Self-Care

>Enthusiastic Deep Celebrator

>Follower of her own advice (even when her husband has to point her teachings out to her so she can follow them)

PS - Click here to find out all the details for the Art of Deep Celebration. Even if you can’t attend live, it’s recorded and you’ll have forever access to said recording. So you can celebrate yourself deeply forevermore.