Tag: relationships

  • My Thoughts on Commoditizing Ourselves Through Social Media

    My Thoughts on Commoditizing Ourselves Through Social Media

    Yes, I’m still talking about this because I keep thinking about it This week, I did the thing I’ve been contemplating and made my personal brand/life private on social media. It was a long-thought over decision, and I’ve been talking about it for months. So finally doing it felt great. What was surprising was how […]

  • Why I’m Making My Personal Brand Private

    Why I’m Making My Personal Brand Private

    The social media saga update we’ve all been waiting for Ok, here we go with the update on my months-long existential crisis over social media and what it’s become(ing). As I’ve shared before, I began feeling a sense of unease, low-level anxiety, and overall misalignment with social media in general when I started using it […]

  • EP 101 // Coming Home to Myself // Christine Baird

    EP 101 // Coming Home to Myself // Christine Baird

    “Coming home to myself is the intention. Honoring my boundaries and living my values is the method. This is the beginning of Season 3 of the Worthfull Project podcast! I am delighted to be here and to announce some lovely new developments with the podcast. First, the theme of this season on the show (and […]

  • EP 86 // What I Was Raised to Be and Who I’ve Chosen to Be // Christine Baird

    EP 86 // What I Was Raised to Be and Who I’ve Chosen to Be // Christine Baird

    “You are who you were raised to be and you are who you’ve chosen to become independent of that.” I spent the weekend at my parent’s house for my nephew’s baptism and it was lovely. I also had a minor emotional meltdown because it was the first time I’d taken my boyfriend to my parent’s […]

  • EP 85 // Owning My Worth While Making Mistakes // Christine Baird

    EP 85 // Owning My Worth While Making Mistakes // Christine Baird

    “Everything I do well now, I was once bad at.” How do you feel when you make a mistake? I used to feel a lot of shame – especially when it was something I knew how to do better. As I’ve learned to own my worth, I’ve been shifting how I feel about making mistakes. […]