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Well-Being

8 Tips for Managing Anxiety

Hi my friends, In this week’s blog, my desire is to help you to feel less alone and realize that whatever you’re feeling during this time is completely normal. I’ll share some tools to help you cultivate a sense of mental resilience and strength from within, so you feel like...
Mindfulness

5 Reminders to Not Take Things Personally

Hi my friends, One of the biggest lessons that life seems to present to me, quite often, is the power of not taking things personally. I’ve found that as much as we put in the effort to heal and to shift perspectives, sometimes old habits and difficult thought patterns creep...
Happiness

5 Tips for Not Taking Things Personally

Hi friends, wishing you a beautiful start to this new week. One of the biggest lessons that this year taught me (again) is the power of not taking things personally. I’ve found that as much as we put in the effort to heal and to shift perspectives, sometimes old habits...
Mindfulness

5 Reminders for Managing Overwhelm

My dear friends, Now that we are fully into the holiday season, it’s easy and oh so common to feel the mounting pressure that this time of year can bring. When we have so much on our plates, when there is a lot expected of us, and when it feels...
Mindfulness

My One Favorite Practice for Clarity and Self-Discovery

Hi my friends, Lately, in conversations with friends, I’ve found myself commenting often about the passage of time, and how elusive time feels, and even how time is slipping by at such a fast pace. To be honest, it’s felt hard for my mind to comprehend it all. With over...
Mindfulness

5 Ways to Say No

Hi my friends, I’m really excited to talk about this topic today! The recovering people pleaser that lives in me knows how deeply hard it is to say “no”, but how liberating it feels when you finally allow yourself to do so. For so many, saying “no” is nearly impossible....

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