I am a pretty avid fan of all things mental health. I’ve had a “fair bit” of wellness challenges-including burnout. I bring this up because I recently joined Clubhouse (find me @kimberhosen) and a lot of the conversations seem to end up speaking about burnout. I have a feeling I am not the only oneContinue reading “Burnout as an opportunity”
I made the decision a few months ago to go platinum, of the hair variety-not record. And surprisingly it was a really hard decision for me to make. Mostly because I’ve never really been one to spend a lot of time or money on salons, or myself for that matter. I’m not someone who doesContinue reading “Going Platinum, baby”
Occasionally, when I am feeling more confident about things generally speaking I get these little projects thrown my way to create works of art. I enjoy every moment about painting. This one was a 40×60 commissioned acrylic on canvas. It is titled Ploutos / Wealth. (Ploutos is the Greek word for wealth, abundance, riches, opulence).Continue reading “Wealth”
Or rather, the perils of not setting goals…. I had a hard time planning when I was younger. I was afraid to make goals because I was too afraid of failure, not meeting expectation, letting others (and myself) down. It was fine, it was safe, but it was not in the slightest bit satisfying. IContinue reading “The importance of setting goals.”
One of many destinations I did not make it to whilst I was traveling through Europe is Monaco. I’ve been thinking about why, because I so love to tour and try out new countries, new cities, new coastlines, new foods, new people-just the whole experience. Really the only thing I can think of is thatContinue reading “The Future Monaco”
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Two simple letters, one huge impact. I found it so hard to stand up for myself and say no for most of the things in my life. I was persuaded and bullied, I fell for the wrong guys and the wrong crowds. I was afraid to challenge anyone because of how that might be perceivedContinue reading “No. “