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Acknowledging Your Shit

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Hi, I'm Shaina

I’m a Life Coach, mindset expert and interior design enthusiast living in sunny Los Angeles. I help soul-searching people get their sh*t together and create a life they’re proud of.

Embracing our own opportunities for growth means LEANING IN, LEARNING and EVOLVING.

It requires 3 things.

1. Self-awareness
2. Responsibility
3. Commitment

3 qualities that keep us growing in this one short life.

*I don’t know about you, but I plan on acing my life review when I leave Earth School* 

But even with these 3 power house qualities, it’s easy to try to OVERRIDE our shit quickly — without pausing to really understand where we went wrong and WHY.

Instead, our brains just try to “right our wrongs” in an attempt to avoid revisiting uncomfortable (and maybe even painful) thoughts, feelings, actions and results.

But…

…our power lies in that *stank.*

So what does this all mean?

It means our opportunities for growth are found in the {clean} pain of our worst moments + experiences.

It means we must ACKNOWLEDGE our shit fully…no matter how uncomfortable it is.

It means NOT trying to beat ourselves into change. Because that never works.

It means not labeling our sh*t (or ourselves) as “bad.”

It means using compassion to move through life’s ongoing lessons.

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My guilty pleasure is Bravo!
Real Housewives, Southern Charm, Vanderpump, Million Dollar Listing...I watch it all.
I'm a sucker for anything nostalgic.
I still watch reruns of Dawson's Creek on the regular
I know the lyrics to almost every 90's song.
Nathan says it's my hidden talent
My happy place?
Summer days. I love the beach, being tan, cookouts and country music!
Monica Gellar is my alter ego.
Cleaning and organizing are my therapy
I always have a candle burning at home.
I have a cabinet full of them.
My favorite movie?
Father of the Bride.
If I weren't a life coach...
I'd probably be an interior designer or do something in TV/ film production. Any chance I get to visit sets, I'm all over it!