Social distancing is asking us to be real in ways that is proving to be a challenge.
I’m Thankful for: Courage
Somewhere within in me is a fear to speak at this time. A lot of wounds have been open this year at a very large public scale in both our country and the world. Many of us may be treading lightly to avoid inviting conflict and/or inflicting pain on ourselves and others. You may feel…
Mindful Monday #146 – Honesty
I don’t feel like I am in spaces where I can speak freely both at work and in aspects of my personal life. I’ve been treading lightly a lot lately. I’ve been walking a tight rope between my heart, voice and authenticity and the people in my day to day who are outside my friendship…
Illusions of Connection
Unplugging from social media for two months brought a profound lesson in 2016.
Mindful Monday #135 – Meet Someone New
Create a space to invite possibility into your life.
Wisdom Wednesday #69 – Define Friendship
There are many types of friends, but only some are true friends.
Mindful Monday #123 – I Love and Accept Myself
I have been trying to diligently write a book for the past few weeks. While I am writing, I am in a place of surrender. New insights have emerged along with memories I had long forgot about. I know I am uncovering something or being lead somewhere valuable for my writing or the next chapter of my life. I…
Wisdom Wednesday #64 – Radical Openess
My awareness has expanded in a way that has changed me. I feel like I see more and I feel more and I notice that I need more time at home to rest and rejuvenate. This weekend, while in solitude, I came across a series of videos that have so much juicy wisdom. One of…
Sometimes You Need to Scream
Today calls for some much needed screams. Yet, I am silent. While I want and need to, I won’t actually let go and lean into the flow to scream. In improv, I was prompted into a life or death situation to elevate my emotions so that I can perform from that emotional place. I tried…
Mindful Monday #107 – Dare to be YOU
“Everyone wants to be seen, but we don’t allow our self to be seen.”