Originally published on April 28, 2016 on the Huffington Post.

It can be easy to be your own worst critic. Many of us tend to retroactively judge ourselves for the choices we’ve made. We waste time wishing we had done things differently so we could be in a different place, whether it’s with our bodies, our relationships, our careers, or our finances.

Photo by  Nikki Gomez , MUA  Eve Chen .

Photo by Nikki Gomez, MUA Eve Chen.

Similarly, we can spend a lot of time and energy rationalizing to ourselves why we aren’t ready for the things we want. We lack the degree, the experience, the credential, the perfectly coordinated Lululemon ensemble, the perfect living situation, or a big rock on our hand (see my post “You are Enough” if this is hitting home for you) . . .

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