womensempowerment

The Key to Maintaining Mojo through the Holidays

It’s Truth + Tequila Tuesday!
This week we have a question from Rosa, who asks:
I recently spoke to a family member about upcoming plans to travel to see my Dad, who is alone now that my Mom passed away earlier this year. This family member gave me a hard time because my trip is the same time as a bridal shower they’re hosting for someone in our community and they wanted me to attend. I am clear about my choice to be with my Dad, but I got really triggered by the bad response from my family member and I started to feel like I have to explain myself and not strong in my choice. What am I missing here?

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Poetry, Mojo + You

It’s Truth + Tequila Tuesday!
Today is election day in the States. And you most likely know, it’s been bringing up lots of feelings for almost everyone. Which is why for today’s episode, dropping on election day, I’m simply going to share a poem from a book a turn to regularly. It’s a book that consistently brings me joy, lifts my spirit and opens my heart. My intention is that it does the same for you.

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Intimacy + Eye Gazing

It’s Truth + Tequila Tuesday!
This week’s questions comes from Nicole and she says:
My husband and I have been together for over 20 years. I’m the kind of person that if I’m talking to you, I would like to look at you in the eyes. But this is challenging for my husband, he’ll look out the window or someplace else. And says that he doesn’t need to look at me to be actively listening. It feels so weird to me though. I don’t feel ignored. I can say that, but it doesn’t feel right when I’m talking to somebody who’s constantly avoiding your eye contact. Is this normal? What can I do?

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