7 Ways to Manage Fear

Hi my friends, This week I want to share some thoughts I have on the topic of fear. Fear comes up in many conversations lately, which makes perfect sense, because it definitely feels like there is a lot to be fearful of right now. Life is unpredictable and at times,...

5 Tips for Managing Post-Pandemic Anxiety

Hi my sweet friends! I want to talk about some things that have been coming up for me lately, especially as we start to move into this new chapter of the pandemic. I know that for so long (well over a year), we have been wondering and agonizing over when...

8 Things that Are Blocking You from Happiness

I feel confident that if I were to poll the next 100 people I encounter, and I ask them what they truly desire in life, a sweeping majority would reply: happiness. We are all in some sense, striving for happiness—that deep sense of inner peace and knowingness that everything is...

5 Gentle Reminders for When You’re Feeling Stuck

Have you ever had one of those moments where you just feel stuck? Do you ever feel like life isn’t progressing, and things aren’t happening? During times like this, you may feel incredibly frustrated, overwhelmed, and a little bit sad. If you haven’t, congratulations, and please share your life secrets...

How I Transformed My Relationship with Fear

Recent events and the ever changing state of the world has me thinking a lot this week. There are so many feelings and emotions rushing through our minds right now, but the one that seems to be at the forefront for most people is fear. Fear feels like the all-encompassing...

How to Lose the Fear of Missing Out Mentality

Summer time is great, there’s a lot going on, the weather is beautiful, and there is so much to enjoy. It’s also a time where the old fear of missing out mentality can creep in, set up shop, and camp in our minds, wreaking havoc and making us feel less...

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