Michelle’s 5 Reminders for Loving Your Life

Life can be difficult, then amazing, and then difficult again. We’ve all experienced the highs and lows that life presents to us, and we know that it’s normal to feel these wide-ranging emotions. Sometimes though, it can be incredibly challenging to make our way through the difficult moments and to...

The Power of Mindful Listening

Over the past couple weeks, I have been involved in a handful of conversational altercations, some that were shallow and mildly unpleasant, some that really made me go inward to sort out resolution. While the topic of conversation isn’t pertinent to the message I hope to share with you this...

Living With Integrity

In every moment of every day we are making choices. We are choosing things. We choose our thoughts and our actions. Sometimes consciously, sometimes unconsciously. We choose where we go and what we do. We choose who we spend our time with and how we spend our time. We decide,...

5 Reminders for Living With Ease in the Present Moment

In the six years of writing a weekly blog here, I’ve often referenced the importance of living life in the present moment. While I certainly would love to delve into all the benefits that living in the present has for us, this week’s blog has a twist. I’d like to...

5 Misconceptions of Living a Conscious Life

There’s an interesting phenomena that happens when you hit a rock bottom of sorts, you open yourself up to new thinking, new experiences, and new ways of living a conscious life that can totally transform your life, if you let it. In 2012, I took a dive into the self-help,...

Remembering Our Shared Humanity

I recently had a session with my spiritual healer and mentor. I walked into his office, sat down, and gave him one of my looks (and if you know me, you know that the looks that I give say it all), and said, “What are we going to do about...

Releasing Distractions and Finding Focus

Happy Sunday my friends! And a very Happy Mothers’ Day to all who are celebrating! This week, I admittedly am being a bit selfish, and writing about a topic that I could truly stand to benefit from. Lately I have been feeling very distracted and finding it hard to center...

5 Reminders to Release Comparison and Competition

Though I don’t really love to admit to it, I can be a pretty competitive person. It’s funny because I’m not overtly competitive, but the Scorpio within me often feels driven towards competition, comparison, and striving to come out on top. It’s a quality that honestly is not my favorite,...

What I Learned After Years of Going Against My Intuition

If you browse through some of my old posts here, you will come to find that over the years I have talked a lot about intuition. I’ve given tips on how to cultivate a stronger sense of intuition, what it’s like to feel connected to your gut instinct, and how...

A Powerful Practice for Healing & Forgiveness

A few years ago, I had a falling out with a very good friend of mine. There was an unfortunate incident, we both said things we didn’t mean, we both acted out of integrity, and we both were very stubborn in the matter, and sadly let it go unresolved. We...

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