Accepting Our Messy Selves (Literally)
Your messy home tells a story about you— but it's not the one you think. Leandra shares why having a messy home is actually a sign that you have your shit together.
How to Conquer Self-Doubt During Interviews
Leandra's 13 tips for how you can conquer self-doubt, manage interview stress and doubt, and land the job you love. The key is not knowing everything, but believing in what you know now and your capabilities to know.
Embracing a Slower Mile
After Leandra injured her knee, she struggled to adjust to her new physical setbacks. Once she realized that it was her mindset that was holding her back, she was able to find the silver linings, get creative about her workouts, and find sustainable solutions.
How to Be Okay Without Knowing
Even as a therapist, Leandra struggles with the unknowns in her life. Here are her 10 tips for how to get comfortable with uncertainty and to prevent worry from spiraling into anxiety.
When Your Friends Say No
After a flood of friends had to say "no" to Leandra, she realized she needed to reflect on her discomfort. In this article she offers some advice on how to get comfortable with your friends' boundaries.
When Your Family Objectifies You
Almost every one of us has had a family member comment about the way we look. Leandra shares insights on how to take action against those who are objectifying you while protecting your family dynamics, and while keeping their good intentions at heart.
Learning to Put Yourself First
After leaving a high-stress job that had Leandra making work calls at 10 pm, staying at the office late, missing lunch breaks, and feeling pushed into a role she didn't want to be doing, she finally rediscovered how to say "no."
How to Let Your Inner Perfectionist Take a Break
Leandra's 5 tips for how to let your inner perfectionist take a break— without losing your ambition.