When I get overwhelmed and start feeling behind, I find it helpful to zoom out and remind myself that I am still in the beginning of my story. I'm sharing all of my life's chapters - mental health, relationships, wellness, beauty, the chaos of being in my 20s, and all of life's unexpected turns. Prologues is the best way to start your week - join me every Monday morning for a new entry in my digital journal. 222
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28. This is an extremely vulnerable episode for me, because it's all about my journey with being an angry girl. Ever since I was a young child, I have struggled to regulate my emotions, not be reactive, and feel safe in my surroundings. Lately, I've ... more
27. Sharing my beauty, fashion, and wellness tips to help avoid a case of the “winter uglies!” The perfume I mentioned was Maison Francis Kurkdjian Baccarat Rouge 540 and the hiking boots were the Danner Logger 917 boots PROLOGUES MERCH: theprologues... more
26. It's finally my favorite time of year.....the cold part. Today, we're kicking off fall and winter with the first installment of the Prologues hibernation series: my rules for hibernation. Living in harmony with the seasons is all about slowing do... more
Feels like listening to a lovely friend chat, very peaceful and warming
Mary hasn’t posted an episode that I haven’t loved. From girly chats, to the tea on fillers, to Scotland, to manifestation. The podcast feels like a comfy, cozy conversation with your bestie. Truly something I look forward to each week!
Mary, listening to Prologues has changed my life for the better. I have been looking at my own life in a different positive light. I am realizing that anything I want is achievable and we are all going through a lot of similar experiences. Taking the time to take care of myself has been the best thing I can do. Thank you! Anyone who needs some clarity and helpfulness please listen to Prologues!!
I relate so much to wishing you were shy and quiet and non confrontational, I’ve never been quiet or shy and have wished that for so long so thank you for being so honest and sharing that, it makes me feel comfortable in my own skin
Mary discusses the challenges and feelings that young women often experience with sincerity and candour; it feels like talking to an old friend. Listening to this podcast makes me feel less alone in dealing with these issues that are ultimately universally experienced.
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