MFTP Episode 3: F*ck It Attitude

What’s the difference between giving the middle finger to perfection and having a f*ck it attitude? Is there a difference at all? And is it ever okay to just say f*ck it? In this episode, we’ll be answering these questions and many more as we explore when to put our middle fingers up + power through and when to throw up our hands + say f*ck it.

This conversation is for those of us who are sick of feeling disempowered and out of control in our own lives -- just being pulled along by circumstance and what happens to us -- and who want to take a more active role in creating the feelings + outcomes we want in our lives. This also for the people who want to pull back the curtain to understand why we do what we do and release the guilt + shame we’ve been holding onto.

MFTP Episode 3 - F*ck It Attitude


Giving the middle finger to perfection is a practice. There are going to be times when you nail it and times when you don’t. And that’s when you have to let go of guilt, judgment, and shame.
— Ashley
Guilt is such an overused emotion, and it doesn’t serve us.
— Ashley


  • The key difference between giving the middle finger to perfection and having a f*ck it attitude (Hint: It has to do with empowerment versus disempowerment.)
  • What having a f*ck it attitude has to do with things like emotional eating
  • How our current emotional state impacts the way we perceive the world around us
  • Why mindfulness is the first step toward creating your desired emotional + mental states
  • What the heck an “accountabilibuddy” is and why you need one, like, yesterday


The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck book by Mark Manson


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