Posts tagged with: spiritual

We always have sage advice for others. It’s so much easier to look outside of us and see how others can improve their lives. But when it’s time to look at what we need…well we can often fall short. I...
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I recently got hair extensions. I love them. Love having thicker, longer hair. I’m a happy customer. The type I got is called fusion and so there are small wefts fused to parts of my hair. Which means there is...
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I recently read the book “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying” by Marie Kondo. I loved it and loved the message that if the item didn’t bring you joy you should thank it and then let it go. So I started...
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I am a strong person.  I know you are too.  We’ve been through a lot in life.  There are lots of challenges, heartbreak, disappointments and tough shit to get through.  And some how it has become expected that we tough...
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Grieving has been challenging, painful and enlightening.  I continue to learn a lot about myself.  I have given myself permission to take as long as I need.  But I have also been contemplating the effects of grieving and how going...
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In my previous post I talk about being an emotionally processing badass.  That it takes courage and strength to sit with your emotions and not pretend everything is ok.  I suffered a great loss last week.  My beloved dog Juliet...
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Ever watch the TV show Will and Grace?  I used to be a big fan. There is one particular episode I have been thinking about recently.  Grace goes through a break up.  And she is devastated.  She refuses to leave...
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I schedule so much in my life.  I also track things too.  I have a lovely whiteboard calendar in my kitchen that keeps me on track for meetings, social events AND I track important things.  By tracking I mean I...
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I finally shared with all my Facebook friends and family what I was up to.  That I am following my heart and want to help people tap into their intuitive fabulousness.  It’s exciting. But also it meant sharing a part...
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Children are naturally inquisitive.  They don’t have any filter yet.  So their questions are genuine, sometimes intrusive but come from a place of true curiosity.  Ever get caught in one of those “why” conversations with a kid? Kid: Why is...
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