Iâ€™ve worked at Daily Burn for more than three years (what? when did that happen?) but the best part of my job has been since we launched our daily workout show, Daily Burn 365.Â
I mean, hello, braids and Iâ€™ve been able to take my mom to work.
But seriously â€” itâ€™s so cool that we have this daily workout show that allows us to talk about health, well-being and confidence every day. Weâ€™re all about celebrating victories â€” on and off the scale.
Part of my job is creating content and connecting our community to inspire each other â€” but shit, sometimes they really inspire me and make me think.
Last week, one of our regulars, Jonas filmed an amazingly inspiring segment about getting in touch with his inner child.
You would neverÂ tell a child theyâ€™re not smart or pretty or worth it, right?
So why do we tell ourselves these things?
In some ways, Iâ€™m very much in touch with my inner child.Â
(Ok fine, in some ways, Iâ€™ve never grown up.)
I can be really silly and goofyâ€¦pretty often. Thankfully, Iâ€™ve created safe spaces at work and with friends where thatâ€™s ok â€” and thatâ€™s why my people make me so happy.
But being kindÂ to my inner child? Being gentle with her instead of chastising her thatâ€™s she made dumb mistakes? Well, thatâ€™s a work in progress.Â
Hereâ€™s to more kindness â€” to ourselves, and to others.
And hereâ€™s also to finding that dress andÂ that guitar.Â
What will you do to be kind to your inner child?