mental health


4 Simple Reminders to Spark Optimism

Dear friends, I was recently talking to a close friend about life and the seemingly unwavering state of chaos in the external world. This friend of mine is one of the most optimistic, hopeful people I know. Actually, hope is a guiding virtue and principle in their lives. Because of...

5 Affirmations for Managing Difficulty

My dear friends, As we all know, life is difficult. I don’t say this to be negative or doom and gloom, but rather just to say the truth. Life presents us difficulty and hardship, and though we try to avoid it, it’s simply part of life. It can feel really...

6 Things to Remember When Hurting

Dear friends, I share this week’s blog with the intention and deep knowing that for so many of us, life has been incredibly challenging over these past few years. Whether you are hurting from the events of the world, or having personal struggles, it is hard sometimes to see the...

It’s Not Rejection, It’s Redirection

Dear friends, One of my deepest-seeded and longest standing fears is rejection. I imagine some of you can relate. Through all of my inner work, therapy, and self-reflection,  the one lesson that is always hard for me to move through is when I’ve been rejected (or felt as though I...

My #1 Reminder to Help Relieve Anxiety

Hi my friends, There’s something really beautiful about being able to connect, share, and forge relationships with almost anyone in the world, through the wonder that is technology! I really, really love that I am able to write every week in this space, and you can read it from wherever...

6 Things I’m Not Apologizing for in 2022

My dear friends, I’m still in my new year mode, and was thinking more about what I’d like to cultivate and what I’d like to release in 2022. If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you might remember that I consider myself to be a recovering people pleaser...

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