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How to Heal by Feeling Your Feelings

With everything going on in the world lately, I have been calling on myself and others to search for the larger assignment inside ourselves.  Meaning, what has continuously come up during these magic times where things feel like they are out of control.  What we seem to collectively be finding, […]


Storms Help Trees Strengthen Their Roots

From the beginning of this quarantine, lots and lots of stuff has been emerging, rising, and resurfacing for me, and after talking with loved ones, friends, clients, and guides, I am realizing this is not just an individual experience. It is a collective experience. An awakening. Im just gonna say […]


Putting the Mindfulness into March

Friends, March 2020 came in LIKE A FREAKING HURRICANE. The whole world feels turned upside down and I know many of us are deep in our feelings about the impact of COVID 19 and all of the subsequent closures. It’s scary and it can be a lot. In my recent […]


How to Heal From A Break-Up

Breaking up is hard to do.  Yep, indeed.  Actually, quite understated.  Breaking up can shake us to our core!  So how do we consciously work through a love transition? In short order:  Heal.  Become.  Thrive That is the model. Take your time with this process as it is not linear […]


Questions To Help Reflect and Rise

Use the New Year to reflect on what is working, getting to the root of what is not, and setting intentions for the year ahead. It is inevitable. The end of the year rolls around and I get asked numerous times how I feel about resolutions. The honest answer is […]


Self-Care Tips for the Holidays and Beyond

Sisters, we are in the throes of the holidays! Thanksgiving is already fading into memory and Christmas looms large over our days. Not to mention, we are doing ALL.THE.THINGS! With all of the parties, social gatherings, holiday festivities, and traveling to see family, the holidays can be a time when […]


Let’s Talk Anxiety…

Friends, this month we want to talk about a little gremlin we all know called Anxiety. Join us as we break down what it is, what causes it, and how you can help yourself!  “Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults in […]

Feelings of anxiety.