100 Gratitude, Interview with Jessie Sarah

Jessie Sarah was living a nice life in a nice neighborhood, when one day her husband came home and surprised her by asking for a divorce. During the divorce proceedings, she discovered credit card debt and other debts she had previously been unaware of. From feeling like she had it all, to feeling like her life was in shambles, Jessie Sarah was determined to start to heal. Jessie Sarah discusses how she launched on a love journey with herself. She also discusses how her gratitude practice changed her life.

Q & A

Why do you believe that self love is important?

Self love is important to me because it affects everyone around me. When I love myself, I set the standard for how people are going to love me and treat me.

What was the number one thing that was holding you back from accepting self love?

A lot of it is old patterns and habits. Growing up in a family where self love was not something that was promoted, those old habits were what I knew. What has helped is being surrounded with people who practice self love.

Who is one person who has changed your life for the better?

I have a very, very dear friend who is a good example of self love. He sets boundaries really well with people. . . It made me realize I need to do the same thing in my life.

What is the best advice you have ever received?

Spend time with people you want to become like.

What is a self care habit that you practice regularly?

Gratitude. It’s one of those things that really changes your mindset. It makes me so happy.

Do you have a favorite quote?

There are so many! I don’t think I could pick just one. But of course, it would probably be around gratitude, and how much gratitude shifts your mindset from one of lack to one of abundance.  

Can you share a resource, an app or a tool that we can use to build our selfcare practice.

Voxer. It’s like a walkie talkie app. Instead of sending text messages, they are little voice messages.

What book are you reading right now?

Get Rich, Lucky Bitch, by Denise Duffield Thomas.

What is the one thing that you are most passionate about?

“If you haven’t figured it out already, I like to talk about gratitude. I like to teach people how important it is and how it changes mindsets.”

Guest Bio

Jessie Sarah is a fitness coach and nurse turned transformational coach after discovering the powerful commitment to heal through gratitude. She works with clients to create massive healing from their past. Because Jessie has overcome massive obstacles in her own life, she is willing to have difficult conversations and get creative with others to help and empower them to overcome obstacles they face.

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