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....

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...

The Power Of The Truth

My friends, I want to talk this week about the power and importance of the truth. I’ve spent a lot of time in contemplation on what truth actually means, for ourselves, for our family and loved ones, for our society, and for the world. We are taught at a young...

My Practice for Not Taking Things Personally

Hello my friends! Happy Sunday! It was so wonderful to get so much feedback from you all about last week’s topic on not taking things personally. It’s oddly comforting, especially during these times, to know that we all experience similar life events, even when our lives’ paths are so unique...

The Power of Speaking Your Truth

  Yesterday in Washington, D.C., I attended a world-wide demonstration based on the youth of the United States, proudly, boldly, and authentically speaking their truth. Bearing witness to kids and young adults bravely speaking out about causes that matter to them reminded me of all the beauty that arises when...

My #1 Practice for Feeling Free

Freedom. Feeling free. Expansiveness. Lightness. Infinite possibility. These are some words I’ve been using lately to describe my desired feeling and outlook on life. I’ve been noticing a pattern within my self lately of the strong desire to feel free. Freedom and the feelings that come along with it can...

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