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3 Reminders to Overcome Indecision

Hi my dear friends, In this moment, as I write this, I’m vividly remembering so many times in my life where I was fraught was indecisiveness. It’s actually painful to relive it all. For so much of my life, decision making felt extremely challenging, if not impossible. So much so,...
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5 Practices for Not Taking Things Personally

Hello my friends! This week I wanted to share some insights I’ve been having about the topic of taking things personally. Learning to release the need to personalize the actions of others has been a huge, lifelong journey for me. I have always been one to quickly jump into writing...
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What I’ve Learned This Past Year

My dear friends, I’ve been reflecting lately, even more than usual,  as we reach this very poignant moment in time: one year of this pandemic. I often like to check my social media “memories” on a daily basis, as I’m just someone who likes to relive old memories and see...
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How I Manage My Relationship with Grief

Hi my dear friends, This week I want to re-share a blog I wrote a couple years ago about grief. I think about these words every so often, because grief is a feeling that, once triggered inside of you, lives within you. This is why I use the word “manage”...
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Three Reminders When Feeling Lonely

My dear friends, I want to speak to you this week on loneliness. I know that this topic is at the surface for many of us, and this is to be expected. We continue to wade through turbulent and unpredictable times, we are still living in a greater sense of...
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Understanding Life’s Cycles

Hi my dear friends, I’m sending all my love to you as we bring in this new week. I feel almost like a broken record saying this all the time, but as we navigate through these challenging times, please know that we are here for you and understand the plethora...

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