How to Reframe Loneliness

Hello friends, I wanted to share some of my thoughts this week, on a topic that I believe is timely and relevant in these intense moments we are living in. Many of us have been emotionally and physically processing these past 18-months, and in so many unique ways. No matter...

5 Affirmations for Cultivating Self-Love

Hello dear friends. Whenever I begin to write my blogs, I silently ask myself what would be the most useful and helpful for the people who will read it. I then think about my life: the main themes, challenges, and lessons that have been popping up. Of course, current events...

A Reminder of Your Worthiness

Hi my dear friends, I hope that whatever this week has brought you, you can find some happiness and relief here today! This week I want to dive in to the topic of worthiness, it’s something that I’ve been thinking about and dissecting a lot in my life personally, and as...

The Truth I’ve Learned About Purpose

For much of the past few years I’ve felt completely obsessed with purpose. I distinctly remember years ago, hearing in a seminar that finding your purpose was the key to unlocking the life you truly wished to lead, and that once you knew your purpose you would certainly succeed in...

What Self-Love Means to Me

In the spirit of ending Valentine’s Week, I wanted to share my stance on love, and particularly, self-love. I’ve written a lot about love over the years, and I’ve talked extensively about self-love, too. Like any relationship, my own practice of self-love has evolved over time, it’s ebbed and flowed,...

How to Deal with Rejection

Rejection can be a real drag. We get our hopes and expectations up and sometimes, we just don’t get that job, relationship, opportunity, invite, etc. that we really want. Even though we can experience a vast array of sad emotions when things don’t really work out the way we want...

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