Grief + Gratitude (An interview with Laura Jack)


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Join me and my dear friend and Grief Recovery Specialist, Laura Jack, in a beautiful discussion about the importance of both grief and gratitude as pillars on the path of self-discovery.   As many of you know, one of the tenants of my life is Gratitude.   I believe that practicing gratitude is the doorway for healing, spiritual growth, and so much more. Not only has gratitude has pulled meread more

This is the best motto to live by


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When I began my true journey of self-discovery, I felt really alone. I’d spent most of my life being the strong one, the one who had it all together, the one who looked pretty solid on the outside.   But the truth was that I wasn’t what I appeared to be. Underneath the badass, organized, type A, over-achiever…I was longing for something more. I wasn’t being true to myself. I was on a hamsterread more

The real reason I share my personal life


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If you’ve been a part of this community for a while, you know that I often share the real, raw and vulnerable Truth about my life. Last week was no exception when I shared some super personal news about my miscarriage. The fact that I share so much may seem totally weird to some people.  It may seem totally normal to others. You may wonder how I draw the line between running myread more

My Miscarriage


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They say all feelings have a beginning, a middle, and an end.   The truth is that I’m still in the middle part, but I felt like it was time to share this story with you – not just for me, but for all women who have faced this and for all women who have made a plan and then watched as the plan changed. Two weeks ago today, Iread more

Don’t give up. Don’t ever give up.


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I just arrived in Louisiana to visit my family for the week and I’m so excited for long sleeps, movies with my dad, and dinners with my mom and sister. I’m writing you today to chat about something important that can be quick sneaky – quitting 😉 I don’t necessarily consider myself a quitter, but I’ve wanted to quit many times in my life. I wanted to quit softball in thirdread more

My real + vulnerable transformation journey


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It’s the start of the new year and I’m feeling a bit nostalgic, so I wrote you a letter that’s a little more personal and vulnerable than usual. So, snuggle up + hang with me for a little. From the time I was a little a little girl, I always felt different. I didn’t know what it was, but I could just feel it. I was the black sheep ofread more

There are 2 “types” of women. Which one are you?


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It’s raining buckets of rain here in San Francisco this morning and I’m writing to you today from the coziness of my bed with an important distinction that I want to share with you today. I’ve been talking a lot about relationships in my work with women lately + I’ve found that there are two main types of the FEMININE that most of us embody in our relationships. We’re either embodyread more

2016 FIRESIDE RITUAL


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Cozy up.  It’s that time.  I invite you to take 11 minutes and let me guide you through a simple and powerful year-end ritual. There are 4 short parts.  You can click here to listen to me guide you through this process or you can guide yourself by reading below. I suggest you create space in your day to sit down for a few minutes, grab a pen and paper,read more

Your Holiday Survival Guide!


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Today is the darkest and shortest day of the year here in the Northern Hemisphere. Often times, our own emotions and spirits will track the physical seasons so if you are feeling confused or lost or like you want to pull inwards and slow down – this is why! You are meant to be doing so! The holidays are such a beautiful and challenging time for many of us. I createdread more

The Art of Transformation


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There is always order in the chaos of this messy, beautiful life. I call it “The Art of Transformation.” What does transformation look like? At first, transformation looks disorienting and a bit chaotic – like the old you doesn’t fit into your life anymore. It usually starts with a crack – a job loss, a medical condition, a death, a divorce, a big life change. It always begins with someread more