8 Tips for Managing Anxiety

Hello my dear friends, In this week’s blog, I hope to help you to feel less alone and realize that whatever you’re feeling during this time is completely normal. I’ll share some tools to help you cultivate a sense of mental resilience and strength from within, so you feel like...

My Practice for Not Taking Things Personally

Hello my friends! Happy Sunday! It was so wonderful to get so much feedback from you all about last week’s topic on not taking things personally. It’s oddly comforting, especially during these times, to know that we all experience similar life events, even when our lives’ paths are so unique...

My Number One Tip for Relationships in Quarantine

Hello my friends, I’m so happy to be back here with you all today! We are entering the eighth week of isolation practices here in the US. Before we get into the depth of my big tip for relationships during quarantine, I just want to say how grateful I am...

7 Affirmations for Difficult Times.

Hello my dear friends! I hope this week has brought you some unexpected smiles and some slivers of joy even during this hardship. It can feel really challenging when we are continuously bogged down in the “negative” to find those glimmers of hope and positivity. We never know what life...

The Self-Care Practice You Need During a Pandemic

Hello my sweet friends, I know these weeks have been dark, heavy, and incredibly stressful. I know that there is a lot going on, and that there are so many factors at play that can take a deep toll on our mental health, and our stability. I know that many...

Finding Stability in an Uncertain World

Hello again, my friends. We’ve made it through another week, and I am so grateful that you all are here. These times are so odd, and uncomfortable, and uncertain, but what gives me great relief is knowing that we can all “gather” here on Sundays and be together in this...

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