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Katrina Hurst
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spring fever
I'm loving that HEALTH is our focus for February and March. In my last post, I broke down how I'd been feeling for a few months in relation to authenticity and negative experiences that had come back to haunt me . Let's be real, it was pretty raw and very h...
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so basically spirituality has taken a back seat
I'm one of those people Brooke mentioned that lumps spirituality with religion. I was born and raised LDS (learn about the LDS faith here ) and, for the most part, have enjoyed my experience with the LDS church and its people. It has taught me skills and he...
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wrapping up authenticity, just in time for the holidays!
Embracing imperfections is hard. I don't think it's meant to be easy. We live in a world where society's definition of perfection is unattainable, yet we are expected to strive to reach it.  We are told to have the perfect body (not too fat and not too skin...
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authenticity: untitled
Does anyone else ever feel like life has a funny little way of handing you challenges at the exact moment you're thinking that you can't take anymore? Or that your current challenge seems to target whatever you're working to improve? Story of my life. And p...
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learning moments in patience
So I'm not into divulging personal details here, especially when it comes to the ones I love and hold most dear. Sorry if this post is vague, but I'd rather keep my relationships private. Hope you understand. The past month has been a difficult one for my h...
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on patience
I'm not sure how to start this post, or even really what to write. I have so many thoughts swirling in my head regarding authenticity. We'll see how this goes. A coworker and personal friend of mine attended a conference this week on cultural competence...a...
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on perfectionism
Perfectionism is a nasty word and a nasty thing. It's probably my biggest downfall--ironic. Anytime I doubt myself, am snarky/rude/curt, feel blue, or feel anything negative really I can almost always relate it back to perfectionism. Perfectionism is the de...
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Thank you, Brene Brown!
Guys, I finished a book. That never happens! Remember in this post when I quoted Brene Brown on her definition of authenticity ? That definition really hit home! I used Brown's definition, along with recent experiences, to draft my authenticity goals. They'...
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authenticity at it's finest
Remember how last time I wrote about not letting anyone see me cry? Not even my husband? Well, things may have changed in that department the next evening. After a long and stressful day at work (three extra meetings in one day...kill me!), I received a pho...
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