5 Reasons Why We Over-Explain

Dear friends, This week, I want to talk about a nuance that I have noticed in my life, especially when it comes to relationships and my people-pleasing tendencies. For most of my life, I’ve felt that instinctual need to over-explain and justify my wants, needs, actions, and desires. From my...

5 Tips for When You are Feeling Overwhelmed

Dear friends, I recently received a memory notification on my phone from the start of the pandemic in 2020. I was flooded with emotions and feelings reliving that time, and subsequently what transpired from then until now. It’s hard to comprehend the time that has passed, what we’ve lived through,...

A Powerful Practice to Shift Your Relationships

Dear friends, I recently was talking to a friend about relationships, and just how complicated they can be. Friends, family, romantic, colleagues, and even interacting with strangers on the street, so much of our lives is impacted by our relationships with others. What I wish to share this week is...

My Favorite Lesson I’ve Learned In 2023 So Far

Dear friends, We are officially in the third month of 2023, and much has transpired in my life these past three short months. We never know what a new year will hold for us. Of course, we always have high hopes and dreams, but as the newness wears off, and...

It’s Not Rejection, It’s Redirection

Dear friends, One of my deepest-seeded and longest standing fears is rejection. I imagine some of you can relate. Through all of my inner work, therapy, and self-reflection,  the one lesson that is always hard for me to move through is when I’ve been rejected (or felt as though I...

What Love Means To Me

Dear friends, As we enter Valentine’s Day week, and the topic of love is all around us, I thought it would be fun to dive a little deeper into love, and examine how we truly define it. Valentine’s Day used to be really triggering for me, as I often craved...

Editors Pick

The Practice by Barb Schmidt

Barb offers readers life-changing spiritual guidance in an easy to follow format, and what makes this book so magnificent is that she has infused her own stories and struggles to help readers connect and learn.
Gabrielle Bernstein, New York Times bestselling author of May Cause Miracles