A Powerful Practice to Shift Your Relationships

Dear friends, I recently was talking to a friend about relationships, and just how complicated they can be. Friends, family, romantic, colleagues, and even interacting with strangers on the street, so much of our lives is impacted by our relationships with others. What I wish to share this week is...

5 Tips to Take Your Power Back

Hi my dear friends, There is so much of life that can make us feel powerless or out of control. I think this is the nature and ultimately the goal of life: to understand that there is so much that we can’t control, and learn to surrender, and focus on...

Finding Power in Solitude

Hello dear friends, We all know that this year has presented so many unexpected challenges and difficulties. Life is simply different than it was nine months ago. We’ve really had to rely heavily on our self-care practices and our resiliency, and I just want to take this time to honor...

Remembering Your Power

I was talking to a friend the other day, and she was ranting to me about someone she follows on social media. Based on her commentary of this person, she didn’t really like the person, she didn’t understand the person, and she wasn’t gaining a whole lot by following and...

Remembering the Power of Our Words

A short while ago I received a private message from someone on social media. I happened to be on vacation, and some how the notification for the message popped up on my phone, allowing me to read a majority of what was sent, without even really choosing to do so....

How to Really Love and (Completely) Accept Yourself

Do you love yourself? Like really, truly, unconditionally love yourself? We talk so much about self-care and self-love, and the importance of loving yourself, but in reality this can be a pretty hard task. We are given so many mixed messages throughout our lives on reasons why we aren’t good...

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