Today I am adapting one of my latest podcast episodes for you avid readers out there and my precious #gallantgals who are loyal to the blog. The podcast episode was titled, “How to Negate Negative Self-Talk,” and you can listen to it at the very end if you so desire. Now let’s get to it! Today I am asking the question: How do we get over negative self-talk? I consider this inner critic in all our minds as extremely self-defeating. You know that little voice in your head that tells you you’re not good enough? Or that you’re bad at this
You know when you’re about to send an important text or email and you’re stuck in that phase of second-guessing yourself? Like, does this sound okay? Do I sound polite enough? Does it make sense?
*No Spoilers Ahead* Based on Jenny Han’s novel, which I reviewed before, the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before movie premiered via Netflix on August 17 with the lovable, sweet Lara Jean played by Lana Condor
Hi guys! This is just a quick announcement to let you know that the new podcast for Gallantly, gal is now officially live on both Soundcloud and Castbox. It is called Living Gallantly, and it’s
We’ve come to accept that stress is a natural part of our lives and so we’ve programmed ourselves to power through stressful situations rather than think of ways to reduce stress. Instead of accepting that
Disclosure: Links marked below with * are affiliate links, meaning I will earn a commission for any purchases. Hey guys! I’m so excited for this new announcement and update for all of you. I’ve teased
Feeling stressed? Tired? Frustrated? Like you’re stuck in a rut and you can’t claw yourself out? There’s something that can help. It’s called a self-care day! Everyone needs some self-care to relax and feel recharged
I have been nominated for yet another blogger award by Andrea! Fun stuff. This time it’s the Sunshine Blogger Award. Thanks to Andrea once again for nominating my blog. Gallantly, gal is feeling the love!
We all struggle with this problem. Our arms sometimes can’t reach the wind-up key in our backs to propel ourselves forward. We find ourselves in a rut. We ask ourselves, “Why can’t I be productive?”