It is your birthright to show up every day as your whole self. So, let's unleash your magic, shall we?

You know how

it’s so easy to get caught up in living up to who you think you ought to be? Trying to twist and turn yourself to fit in? Hating on your body, exhausting yourself trying to be there for everyone and please everyone. Can’t say no!

You’re exhausted, right? You don’t want to go to that thing. Or pretend to like that other thing. You just want to do what you want, and spend time doing things you actually love. 

Totally. 

By trying to keep up and fit in, you are giving up your power. You were put here, at this time, in this place, for a reason. And it wasn’t to fit in. You are magic. You have gifts the world needs. It’s time to stop hiding. 

And, the greatest gift you can give the world is to show up as your whole, true self. 

Ready to jump? 

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