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5 Green Flags in Relationships

My dear friends, So often we talk about red flags, things to look out for, signs that someone might not be who they say they are, and intuitive hits that things might not be all that they seem. Content about red flags has been popular lately, and rightfully so. It’s...
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4 Reminders When Managing Grief

My dear friends, A few years ago I felt pulled to write a blog about my grief surrounding the unexpected death of my dad. It’s one of my favorite blog posts to date because oddly enough, I like to talk about grief. It’s been almost 15 years since my dad...
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5 Affirmations for Reinforcing Self-Love

Hello friends, Whenever I begin to write my blogs, I silently ask myself what would be the most useful and helpful for the people who will read it. I then think about my life: the main themes, challenges, and lessons that have been popping up. Of course, current events also...
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10 Ways to Make Someone’s Day

My dear friends, Even as we are in the spirit of the holiday season, there is a heaviness in the air and a looming feeling of anxiety that resides just beneath the surface for so many of us. Over these past two years there has been so much that has...
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3 Tips for Mending Strained Relationships

Hi dear friends, I’ve recently received many requests to touch on the topic of relationships, particularly when it comes to strained or difficult relationships. I think that no matter who we are, or how evolved we may feel, relationships will always be challenging life assignments. We are all incredibly unique...
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How Grief Shows Up in My Life

Hi my friends, If you’ve been reading the blog for a period of time, you know that my dad unexpectedly passed away 14 years ago. I’ve shared my thoughts about unexpected passing and how I manage my relationship with grief, and this week I wanted to share some of my...

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