finding happiness


The Life Changing Practice of Surrender

Hi my sweet friends! This week I want to share some thoughts I have with you about the practice of surrender. As much as we may wish otherwise, life is completely unpredictable and uncontrollable, and I know this year has proven this to be completely true. As the days and...

My #1 Practice for Feeling Free

Freedom. Feeling free. Expansiveness. Lightness. Infinite possibility. These are some words I’ve been using lately to describe my desired feeling and outlook on life. I’ve been noticing a pattern within my self lately of the strong desire to feel free. Freedom and the feelings that come along with it can...

Finding Happiness in Dark Times

Ok friends, you know I never lie to you, and this week is no different. I must admit, I have felt incredibly challenged. Lately I have been relying on my tools to maneuver through the past few weeks. I’ve been feeling really angry, frustrated, sad, and scared. These are not...

Becoming Proud

What do you think about when you hear the word proud? What immediately comes to mind? Do you think about your family, your accomplishments, your career? How long down the line do you have to go until you think about yourself? Are you proud of you? What does it mean...

Finding Happiness

Many times when we are asked about what we really want in life, we say “to be happy.” We all want to be happy and lead fulfilling, loving lives. When we ask for happiness in our lives, do we really know what we are asking for? Is happiness purely an...

Managing Expectations

The topic of this blog has been a really big lesson for me, especially lately. Managing expectations. I have found that I often look so forward to events or situations in my life, that I put such a high expectation on them. Because of this, I notice that I am...

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