The hallmark of Potential Finders is our understanding of the immense uniqueness and power to connect that all humans have. This goes for our blog, as well. These will range from relatable stories to practical essays on “how to” manage this vessel in which we live. There may be occasional guest bloggers, as well. The unifying factor is goal of helping you understand yourself and this life better so you can wield your personal power, make healthy decisions, laugh (a lot, I hope), and build that abundant life you’re after! The blog will be divided into four parts, explained below.
Mindfulness in Action – Blogs with this heading will be all about the science and practice of Mindfulness and anything related to it. If you find yourself scurrying too fast through life, heavily stressed, constantly future-trippin’ or past-regrettin’, or struggle at all with too much or too little emotions, these are the articles for you!
Survivor-to-Thriver – For those who have a history of trauma, battle shame, deal with self-destructive and/or unhelpful behaviors, or grapple with relationship issues, check out these writings.
Thinking Out Loud – This is just me – Hannah. Just my thoughts – whatever is on my mind. The point of these is to help you understand me and the insights I have and will gain in life. Anyone can do research and put words on pages – but I want you to know me and see that I get it. After all, how much I know will never be as important as how much I care – and these writings will show my heart as well as my creds.
Watch Out World! – We’ve been duped, y’all… Family, friends, organizations, and society at large have convinced many of us to force ourselves into a life that does not fit. Pieces under this title will challenge you to re-think the way you have been doing things and then will equip you to make changes.
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