Personal Green Flags

There was no conversation about the green one when the resurgence of calling outpersonal/dating red flags. Green flags are reminders of your personal growth and all thepositive things you have done. In this rollercoaster we call life, it is essential to identify andacknowledge all red flags BUT celebrate, mention and wave all your green flags.Continue reading “Personal Green Flags”

Intentional Living

I have been on my own therapeutic journey which started during the pandemic. My past trauma had meant that I liked to be constantly busy, a high achiever and a pleaser to others. I had created a lifestyle that had always supported this and essentially, I was always on autopilot. During October/November 2020 life slowedContinue reading “Intentional Living”

The power of saying NO

Of lately, I’ve spread myself a little bit too thin; with various projects, jobs and outings taking place, I haven’t had time to reflect and invest time in me.  Due to my fear of missing out, I always say yes! But I really want to scream NO!, from every fibre in my heart, head, and soul. Continue reading “The power of saying NO”

Finding Self-love

We all know that Valentine’s day is a couple days away, which is usually associated with showing your love.  It’s a competition to show how much you love someone and show your friends/family you’re in a relationship, no matter how toxic it may be. It’s a day where you declare, on social media, that you haveContinue reading “Finding Self-love”

WORKING TOWARD FINANCIAL FREEDOM

From a young age, when it came to finances, my dad taught me the importance of being good with money. His two favourite lines were and still are “save up yuh money” and “yuh carn spen wah yuh nuh have” (don’t try and Google translate, its Jamaica Patois). He was adamant on saving and notContinue reading “WORKING TOWARD FINANCIAL FREEDOM”

Diary of a Millennial Woman

Now, you may think that with the second lockdown you’re prepared as you know what to expect from the first lockdown in March.  So, to fill the time, you may plan to start a business you’ve been thinking about for a long time, learn a new skill, read a list of books that’s been sittingContinue reading “Diary of a Millennial Woman”

Does your attachment style affect your approach to dating?

When I finished my degree I didn’t think that, some of the psychological theories I learned at the time would have me questioning myself all these years later, but recently one of the most famous developmental theories has been playing on my mind. Attachment Theory explained by psychologists John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth proposes thatContinue reading “Does your attachment style affect your approach to dating?”

GUEST POST: My Social Purpose by Jessi’Nyota

When you go through life so set on Plan A, dismissing that you’ll ever need a plan B or C, it can be disheartening when Plan A does not live up to your expectations. I’ve always loved working with children and deemed a career in teaching to be the perfect fit. I did start toContinue reading “GUEST POST: My Social Purpose by Jessi’Nyota”

Level up: How do I get there?

If you’re reading this post then I know you’re interested in leveling up your life, or at least interested to see what I got to say! Many of you reading this would be familiar with the term ‘level up’ but for those who aren’t, it’s also another way of saying ‘re-invent yourself’ or ‘upgrade yourContinue reading “Level up: How do I get there?”

Millennial Monday: Goal Setting

MIllennial Monday is all about tips and tricks on how you can set yourself up for a productive week. Here at Millennial Femme, we are all about our personal development and finding ways to being the best version of yourself. This week the focus is on goal setting. Goal setting can be one of theContinue reading “Millennial Monday: Goal Setting”