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Mindfulness

6 Ways to Become Trustworthy

My dear friends, The ability to cultivate and sustain trust is one of the most challenging and important part of relationships. So often we think about how we can cultivate trust in the people around us, and it’s usually not always easy. But what does it mean to actually be...
Mindfulness

The Truth About Purpose

Hi my dear Friends, In regular times, the concept of purpose is something we think about and wonder how we can fulfill it. This year, it’s even more charged, and more complex. We all want to live a meaningful, purposeful life. We all want to feel like we are contributing...
Mindfulness

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...
Mindfulness

How I Manage Uncertainty

If you are anything like me, uncertainty can be of the biggest anxiety producers in life. I think as human beings it’s ingrained in us to want to know what’s going to happen, to be assured that we will be safe, and to trust that our best interests will always...
Happiness

The 5 Best Pieces of Advice I’ve Received

Do you ever have one of those moments, where you hear a sound bite, or a quote, and it hits you, and you know it’s just changed your life? Or, have you ever had a conversation with someone you admire, and they bestow upon you advice that makes you see...
Happiness

The Importance of Setting Boundaries

A few months ago I was asked to do something that I really didn’t want to do. My intuition said no, my heart pulled back, and deep down I knew it wasn’t the right fit for me. I have a history of being a people pleaser and a pushover, and...

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