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...

3 Boundaries I’m Setting For Self-Care

My dear friends, As you all know, we commonly converse here on the blog about the topic of self-care, and some of the most effective practices we can incorporate into our lives to help us feel more grounded, centered, and at peace. One of my absolute favorite practices of real...

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...

The One Habit That Robs You of Happiness

Dear friends, Although we are different and unique people, fulfilling incredibly amazing purposes on this earth, we all share a common desire: happiness. We all want to be happy, feel fulfilled, and have a sense of satisfaction when it comes to our lives and the legacies we leave. In my...

What I Learned From This TikTok Trend

My dear friends, This week I want to share something fun that I’ve been marinating in since the start of this year. Most of you know that my New Year’s ritual is to choose an intention to word to guide me through the calendar year ahead. I was feeling a...

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