Digital Diary with Hannah Elise
Digital Diary with Hannah Elise
Om Digital Diary with Hannah Elise
These conversations usually only happen in my head. (...and specifically in the middle of the night, because that’s when I come upon every inspired thought I’ve ever had. for some reason.) This podcast is my Digital Diary. In each episode, I will brain-dump, talk through, and share my perspective on a new topic relevant to my journey of navigating life in my 20s. And I’m Hannah, a 23-year-old post-grad just trying to figure out what any of us are actually supposed to be doing. Spoiler alert: I don’t know how to crack this code, but then again… none of us do. So we might as well be in it together. There will be a little bit of everything here - highs and lows, experiences and lessons, self-care and self-improvement, and everything in between. Welcome to Digital Diary with Hannah Elise - hanging out every Tuesday. More from me: Instagram - @hannahemaute // @digitaldiarypod YouTube - @HannahElise
Ahh, the age-old question - and one that I ask myself every day because I definitely don't feel like I do. I feel so much pressure, internal and external, to have everything figured out right now. But, does anyone ACTUALLY have their lives figured out? Or are we all just faking it 'till we make it?
Discomfort is inevitable in life, especially considering that it is necessary for growth. Therefore, we need to EMBRACE the uncomfortable to step into our full potential. This week, we're chatting about what it means to embrace the uncomfortable, my journey to exiting my comfort zone, and why the greatest achievements require the most discomfort.
It's safe to say we've all heard the phrase, "life is short." But, recently, I heard someone say the opposite - that "life is long" - and it really got me thinking. So, this week, I'm dissecting both of these mindsets, comparing and contrasting, and trying to figure out which one is right. ("So, what is the truth?" -Oprah Winfrey)
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY, FRIENDS! This week, we're talking all about LOVE......... SELF-love that is. As we should. Let's chat through what self love IS and what it means, my personal journey to self-love, and some simple ways to show yourself love. I love all of YOU, today and every day!
This week, we're talking about finding joy in the simple, everyday things in life and also "little things" that actually aren't little. This episode is quite the stark contrast to last week's, but there is a lil update on that at the beginning of this one. I hope these 40ish minutes can be an uplifting light in your day if you need one, and if you don't, then I hope you can smile along anyway :)
Probably the most vulnerable I have ever been and will ever be on the internet. Today we’re talking heavily about mental health and, specifically, some things I’ve been going through lately that came to a head earlier this week. I feel really anxious even to share this, but if it has the chance to help even one person feel heard and less alone, it’s worth it to me.
The Paradox of Productivity*: how “productive procrastination” actually decreases your overall productivity and makes you miserable — and what you can do about it. I also would like to formally apologize for the extreme amounts of street noise, road rage, and children screaming (??) that were going on as I was recording this & that my microphone picked up. I will be changing my recording location next time to hopefully eliminate this, so pls bear with me as I’m still starting out. Thank you for listening & the info/sources I mentioned in the episode are listed below :) Sources: Lieberman, C. (2019, March 25). Why You Procrastinate (It Has Nothing to Do With Self-Control). The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/25/smarter-living/why-you-procrastinate-it-has-nothing-to-do-with-self-control.html Saline, S. (2022, June 12). ADHD and Productive Procrastination. Psychology Today. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/on-your-way-with-adhd/202206/adhd-and-productive-procrastination *Inspiration for the title of this episode from The Paradox of Choice by Barry Schwartz Further reading: The Procrastination Equation: How to Stop Putting Things Off and Start Getting Stuff Done by Piers Steel Podcast Instagram: @digitaldiarypod
There is no "right time" to do anything - there is just TIME & what you choose to do with it. WELCOME to the FIRST EPISODE of Digital Diary with Hannah Elise (!!!!) I am SO happy to be here with you on this new platform. This has been a dream of mine for so long, and I'm literally ecstatic to get started and see where it can go. I felt today's topic was extremely apt for my first-ever episode as I put off making a podcast (among other things, we'll discuss) because I didn't know if it was the "right time" to do it. Well, I'm here to tell you that the "right time" will never come because it actually doesn't exist at all. Let's talk about it.
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