4 Ways to Detoxify from Dysfunctional Relationships

Dear friends, As we near the end of 2022, it’s common to find ourselves in a major reflection period. So much has happened over the past twelve months and so many lessons learned. One of the greatest lessons I’ve learned (again) is just how important relationships are in our lives,...

My Favorite People I Look to For Inspiration and Wisdom

My dear friends, Though this year has been extraordinarily challenging and unexpected, the silver lining for me has been the opportunity to share thoughts and feelings with you here, and experience this community on a deeper, more meaningful level. It’s an honor and a true joy to be able to...

How I Take and Implement Advice

Very recently I was presented with a situation where a close friend of mine gave me advice. It was harmless advice, in good faith, but it really didn’t sit well with me! I didn’t resonate with it, and I felt very conflicted by the information that was given to me,...

My Two Least Favorite Words & What I Learned from Them

Most of you probably came to this week’s blog to find out my two least favorite words, and how I could even have such a bold belief towards two words in our vocabulary. It hit me the other day, like an instant intuition download, that these two words, especially when...

Forgive, Let Go, Grow

Whether we are conscious of it or not, a lot of us carry around anger and angst from situations and events that happened days, months, or even years ago. We hold on to these feelings of hurt and anger, because, since we were wronged in some way, we naturally feel...

5 Steps Toward a More Powerful You

Throughout life we’ve all been told at some point to give something “our all.” Whether it’s a sport, a class, a career, or a relationship, we’re told to give all that you can in order to achieve success. As we grow and learn, I think we tend to forget how...

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