Love others without conditions (and other wisdom)


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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 aread more

Racism, hate + what you can do about it . . .


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This past weekend, I was deep in retreat leading 22 women in The SoulShine Sisterhood. I turn my phone off during these types of events and don’t look at news or email while I’m there. When I came home Sunday night and read about the racism and hatred that led to violence and death in Charlottesville this weekend, my mind got angry and my heart got broken. As you may know, I grewread more


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 IT’S TIME. It is time I claim my brilliance. To own my power, my sexuality, my beauty, my boldness. To no longer shrink to play the part,  or to hide behind someone else’s life. It’s time I claim my brilliance. To own my voice, my opinions, my thoughts, my Truth. To no longer dim my Essence to fit in, or to ignore my feelings to belong. It is time Iread more

5 ways to move through feelings & get unstuck


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Let me give you some background on today’s blog: I had an eating disorder for many years in my 20s. It was bad and lasted about 5 years until I started the deep inner work of healing what got me there in the first place. I don’t talk about that part of my life a lot because it’s not directly related to the work I do, but this food thing is a problemread more

Slowing Down – What would it be like?


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What would it be like but love it if we just slowed down?  If we replaced our busyness and checklist with emptiness and space instead?  What if we measured our worth by the depth of our connection rather than the length of our to-do list? What would it be like beloved if we just slowed down?   If we replaced doing with being and substituted stress for stillness?  What if theread more

Relationships + Gratitude (A Powerful Interview with Terri Cole)


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This conversation with psychotherapist and founder of The Real Love Revolution, Terri Cole, was INCREDIBLE!!!! We talked about relationships, boundaries, how to say no, high functioning co-dependency, real love, authentic communication, and so so much more!  Terri also shared her powerful 3-step process to use whenever you get triggered in ANY relationship (my mouth fell open when she shared this!)   LISTEN FOR ENDLESS NUGGETS OF WISDOM….   Terri isread more

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