Love others without conditions (and other wisdom)

Hi love,

I just returned from a week long camping trip all along the West Coast! My husband and I took a road trip up to Portland to see the solar eclipse and I spent a whole week hiking, outdoors, and recharging my mind, body and spirit after a busy few months.

Nature is one of my go-to ways to come back home to myself and I feel like a totally refreshed woman after 6 days away from my computer.

I just got back a few days ago and headed straight to teach at Soul Camp, but I’ve been thinking of you and wanted to write to you because I feel like we all need as much love and inspiration as possible right now!  

​​​​​​​One day on a whim I asked the wise souls in The Gratitude Circle for 4-word doses of affirmation.

​​​​​​​The response was astounding. It was filled with so much love and the nuggets of wisdom blew my mind! The inspirations were filled with such things as:

​​​​​​​Love others without conditions.

​​​​​​​This too shall pass.

​​​​​​​Be good to people.

​​​​​​​Forgive, it changes everything!

​​​​​​​Now, especially now, we are being asked to open our hearts and take in all of these pieces of wisdom from this community.  

 ​​​​​​​I compiled all of these amazing wisdom bites and put them into a beautiful document for you to print out and keep close by!

​​​​​​​This free download has so many more simple but profound inspirational words to uplevel your mood, inspire you and fill you with love!


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With so much love,


​​​​​​​P.S. I’m opening my signature private 6-week program Awaken next week. If you are feeling that there is change brewing in your life, but you aren’t sure where to start or what to do, then Awaken may be for you. If you want to be sure to get all the details when I open application, simply hit reply and we’ll put you on the top of the list

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