Prompt: I Forgive You Letter, Let's release the energy drain and write a letter of forgiveness to that person. Explain the situation, why you were hurt, and then forgive them. Physically write the words, "I Forgive You." Maybe give this to them if it feels like they'll receive it well, or just keep it for yourself. … Continue reading Write It Out Challenge, Day #5
Prompt: If I were practicing deep self love, I would start....and I would stop.... I want to start by saying, I truly believe self-love is the beginning of all happiness. Why we don't teach our children this in elementary school, is beyond me. I'm not perfect, but I have a lot of self-care already build… Continue reading Write It Out Challenge Day #4
Prompt: Write a dream vision statement in detail I live with grace, confidence and rhythm, and approach each situation with ease and compassion. Entering a room, I am received as a warm and welcomed presence. My home is a simple place of balance where comfort and quiet meets goofy dogs who will lick your face… Continue reading Write It Out Challenge, Day #3
Prompt #2: What are you not grateful for? What sucks? I'm not grateful when my alarm goes off in the morning, or when the cold wood floor chills my feet. I'm not grateful for the dirty car I drive to work, or the fact that the registration is up on the other car. I'm not… Continue reading Write It Out Challenge, Day #2
My dear friend, entrepreneur and yogi, Alyssa Kuzins, is introducing her incredible new product, The Journal Deck, next month. As part of her launch, she's running a journaling challenge starting today! Check it out here. Prompt #1: What are you grateful for? I have so much to be grateful for, and too often I focus… Continue reading Write It Out Challenge, Day #1
My biggest flaw is follow through. For 36 days this blog has gone up before 8am without fail. Except today, our second to last day of #mindfullyending2016, and also the last day of 2016! So I'm following my own example and saying, NO EXCUSES. As soon as I realized I hadn't scheduled a post, I… Continue reading Day #37, No Excuses.
Good morning beautiful people! It's just before midnight as I draft this post to you from bed. In order to be authentically on this journey with you, I've been scheduling posts only a few days at a time. Now we're live, and I'm going to be posting the last 4 days from the road. Aaron… Continue reading Day #35, Intentions Make Us Strong
This time last year I could never have imagined the transformation we were in for. A trip around the Sun later, and we have a new city, solid foundation and a settled home. This year I gained the gift of patience and grace, and felt the joy of slowing down. I have found strength in… Continue reading Day #33, Strength Gained
The day after Christmas has always been one of two things in my life. Either it’s a day in the car heading back home from my grandparent’s house, or it’s a quiet, cozy day at home. Some of my friends (those beautiful tribe members I reflected on yesterday) have told me the day after the… Continue reading Day #32, It’s Not a Let Down
Merry Christmas readers & light seekers. It's a joyous Christmas day, and I hope it's full of blessings and sweet moments for each of you. We all have plans today, I know. You may be reading this in front of your Christmas tree as the kids rip open packages, or perhaps you're savoring your last… Continue reading Day #31, Who is Your Tribe?