BY&T Podcast 07: Awareness Part 2

The Practice of ‘Living as we Intend’

A BY&T lifestyle podcast for women.

Each time-efficient episode offers empowering practices to intentionally incorporate into your everyday life.

Episode 07: Awareness PART 2 (of a series)

Today I podcast live from Columbia! (I hope you enjoy the sounds of the birds in the background!).

This is Part 2 of a series of podcasts where I share 10 valuable practices that will help us begin to live our lives with more awareness and intention.

Join me and listen, reflect and be inspired, as we practice ‘Living as we Intend’ together.

Whether you schedule a few minutes to begin your day or multi-task while listening for needed renewal, I look forward to being a part of your journey—and you a part of mine!

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Listen to Episode 07 below!

 

BY&T Podcast 07: Awareness Part 2 (of a series)
Run Time: 7:00 minutes

 


Summary of Podcast:
10 Practices to living with more awareness and intention—Part 2
(00:35) I’m in Cartagena and Bogota, Colombia this week with my husband. We have an annual tradition to travel over one of our birthdays, as they are a week apart. I’m hoping you can hear the birds in the background as I record this podcast live from outside.

(1:57) “Oh lord it’s hard to be humble, when you’re perfect in every way!” Oh vulnerability, humility and pride. Vulnerability is allowing ourselves to be accessible, exposed and ready.

(3:43) Self-love has so much depth to it; So much so that I like to narrow it down to two practices: caring about oneself and taking responsibility for oneself. And I believe you have to learn how to do the first (caring), before you can act on the second (taking responsibility).

(5:55) When I think of giving myself grace, I think of allowing myself to be refined because I know I am human and therefore I know I am imperfect. With each allowance of grace that we give ourselves, all the sharp edges (our imperfect), begin to be polished into something smoother.

 

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