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I'm JEANIE — life coach FOR THOSE WHO ARE READY TO LIVE CONSCIOUSLY.

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Your inner sh*t-talker is one of the most powerful forces in your life. It is a master manipulator that will make you believe that you are not good enough, talented enough, or worthy enough to do something important.

The inner sh*t-talker can also make you doubt yourself when it comes to the most important relationships in your life — your marriage, family, and friends.

scared inner child dressed as a clown and acting as the inner sh*t talker

Awareness

It’s Time to Debunk Your Inner Sh*t Talker

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I’m writing this from my air b&b just before it goes live. This is the first time in a few years that I’ve had an evening completely alone and the first time I’ve EVER gone home to visit my family and not stayed with a family member. Most of me feels pretty great but I […]

Self-Love

23 Years of Anxiety When Visiting Family and This Time I Have Peace

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The holidays are here which means a lot of us will launch into people-pleasing mode with our families while quietly raging inside. Well, CoViD is a solid reason/excuse to just avoid everyone OR this a perfect opportunity to put boundary-setting into practice. The best way to successfully follow through on your boundaries is to first […]

Boundaries

Your Holiday Guide to NOT Quietly Raging Inside

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If asked the question, “what would you tell your younger self?” most of us could easily come up with some piece of advice or even an entire handbook on what to avoid or consider. But what if you could sit down with your younger self and listen to what they have to say about how […]

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Self-Love

What Does Your Younger Self Have to Teach You?

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Last week I talked about how genuine, heartfelt caregiving can easily cross over into codependent caretaking, and wouldn’t you know, days later I found myself crossing that line. I love my family, I want them to be happy and I love being of service to others so my first instinct is always to do what’s […]

Boundaries

How to Use Resentment as a Tool to Better Yourself

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Being a recovering codependent and people-pleaser, I have put my “care” tendencies under a microscope to understand where the line is between healthy, loving caregiving and unhealthy, stressful, caretaking. Before taking radical responsibility for my own part in the stress in my life I would’ve used the words caregiving & caretaking interchangeably and I saw […]

Mindfulness

Caregiving vs Caretaking

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I think this will be the final installment on boundaries specifically, but I’m pretty passionate about boundary setting so the topic will for sure get layered into future e-blog-mail-newsletters. As I mentioned before, the most important part of boundary setting is believing that your voice matters, the next most important part is compassionate communication. This […]

Boundaries

How to Set a Boundary

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This week will dig more into knowing where a boundary is needed, a bit on how to set the boundary, and for sure on why boundary setting is so freaking important. Brené Brown says, “when we fail to set boundaries and hold people accountable, we feel used and mistreated.” I truly believe that we are co-creators in […]

Boundaries

How to Know Where to Set a Boundary