I felt some relief when I saw a post from Glennon Doyle this morning about how she hasn’t written a word in a while. I know better than to seek validation from the outside but there was something comforting in seeing that the most-talked about writer right now is also a bit blocked. I can… Continue reading Lighten Up
You know that person who’s just… kind, genuine, everybody’s buddy? I do. He’s Rob Cohn. Rob radiates compassion. He’s an excellent listener and a scholar of wellness. He’s been on a journey of fasting, a topic that fascinates me because… frankly, it scares me. I, like many others, have an emotional and mental attachment to… Continue reading Fasting to Freedom
Nearly 15 years ago I read Ask and It Is Given by Esther and Jerry Hicks. It was one of the first books on my personal and spiritual development path. If you’re a loyal reader of this blog, you know that I’m faithfully on that path and it’s a journey that never ends… in a… Continue reading Ask.
I catch myself saying the sentence, “We can’t save them all” often but I’m realizing as I sit to write this that I need to change up that mindset. So, from now on I’ll say, “I’m looking for ways to save them all” or “I’m working toward a world where they are all safe.” For… Continue reading Paisley
Before sitting down to write today, I grabbed this “Wordsmith Deck” that my dear friend Cassy-Anne bought me for my birthday last year… or maybe it was for Christmas… inconsequential. Cass and I were wrapping up a phone call as I turned on the laptop. I told her I was going to pick a card… Continue reading 50 Things
As for the news… Get the facts from your trusted source then shut. it. off. And stay home, if you can, please. Behold the possibility of the days. Here are some of my favorite resources for breaks and self-care while working from home: The incredibly relatable and generous Adriene Mischler, star of Yoga with Adriene,… Continue reading Resources for Peace
The idiom “worried sick” has been around since the 1800s. Worry, stress, anxiety, and fear can lower your immune system. It’s reasonable to concerned as there are so many unknowns right now… but worrying yourself sick over the current situation (or over anything) does not serve you or serve the world! As schedules and settings… Continue reading An Interesting Time
I have several people I think of as mentors in different areas of my life, some I actually know and work closely with and others who are Friends/Mentors in My Head. A few who started out as In My Head are real life mentors/friends now… which is just manifesting at it’s finest… but that’s a… Continue reading News Flash: Your Mentor is Human
I was terrified… but intrigued. The terror made me book the appointment. On the quest to live this life in the most feel-good, spread joy, enjoy more moments type of way, I’m open to trying to all the things. I haven’t floated yet… but that’s on the list. Last Sunday, sitting at this very desk,… Continue reading Salty
If you’ve scrolled social media at all today, it’s likely that you’ve seen a motivational quote or 2 or 200. Maybe you have a cute wooden sign hanging in your living room with a positive affirmation on it. Perhaps you have sticky notes hanging around your workspace with your goals, your mantra, your ways of… Continue reading Yes, You Can.