Tag: energy

  • Worthfull Changes I’m Seeing In Online Business

    Worthfull Changes I’m Seeing In Online Business

    I feel I am getting slightly tan after a year of being inside. A few months ago I started seeing new kinds of emails showing up in my inbox and new kinds of posts appearing in my Instagram feed. They weren’t frequent or everywhere, but they were noticeable. The people writing them were fellow online […]

  • I Halved My Phone Screen Time

    I Halved My Phone Screen Time

    Bangs are back for the summer After taking a few days off the grid last month (hiking and glamping in Zion National Park for my husband’s 40th birthday), I noticed my weekly screen time report on my phone said I was down 50%, coming in at an average of just under 2 hours a day. […]

  • EP 118 // What Energy and Creativity Have to Do with Worth // Christine Baird

    EP 118 // What Energy and Creativity Have to Do with Worth // Christine Baird

    “The time I feel most full of my own worth is when I’m pursuing my creative interests.” I have had a surge of creative energy in the past two weeks, stemming from my decision to focus on worthfull home and whatever else sparks joy in me. It has been a welcome boost, I can say […]

  • EP 117 // A Home for My Worth // Christine Baird

    EP 117 // A Home for My Worth // Christine Baird

    “Our environment deeply impacts our wellbeing and our experience of self-worth.” I have something to share that is bursting out of me. It’s in rough form, newly coming together, and still in ideation phase, but it’s COMING. I can’t stop thinking, especially during this shelter-in-place, about what makes a worthfull home. It has become the […]

  • EP 42 // My Energy Comes From My Worth // Christine Baird

    EP 42 // My Energy Comes From My Worth // Christine Baird

    “We can’t control our circumstances, but we can control what we choose to do with our time.” One of the biggest lessons I’ve learned from living in Los Angeles for the past few years is to honor the worth of everyone around me — no matter their circumstances. So many people in this city are […]