hope



Well-Being

The Self-Care Practice You Need During a Pandemic

Hello my sweet friends, I know these weeks have been dark, heavy, and incredibly stressful. I know that there is a lot going on, and that there are so many factors at play that can take a deep toll on our mental health, and our stability. I know that many...
Happiness

Remembering Your Dreams

Happy Sunday, my sweet friends! This week I hope to keep the blog short and sweet. I had a difficult week last week. There wasn’t just one thing that was getting me down, a combination of all the life’s difficulties just hit me a little harder than usual. It felt...
Mindfulness

How to Stay Hopeful

A few years ago, I was really, really frustrated with life. I can’t remember exactly what was happening that had me in such a state, but I would guess it likely had something to do with boys, body issues, or the daunting question of life’s purpose. I remember sitting in...
Mindfulness

How I Manage Uncertainty

If you are anything like me, uncertainty can be of the biggest anxiety producers in life. I think as human beings it’s ingrained in us to want to know what’s going to happen, to be assured that we will be safe, and to trust that our best interests will always...
Mindfulness

Finding the True Holiday Spirit

I really, really love Christmas time. For my entire life, this has always been my favorite time of the year; it just feels magical. Yet, this year, I’ve found myself struggling to get into the holiday spirit. There have been so many troubling events taking place across the world. These...
Mindfulness

The Truth Behind the Resolution

  December 31st: nothing but smiles as you celebrate the end of one year and look forward to what is to come. We celebrate life and those we love. Then, the dreaded January 1st comes around and we feel burdened. What on earth am I going to make my resolution...

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