Our life is a dynamic and ever evolving work of art. It’s full of mystery and magic, pleasure and pain, seeking and surety. And what I know in my bones is this…we are not here to find anything (happiness, purpose, meaning, love)…we are here to CREATE it.Read More
Are you living the life you know you’re meant to live or do you secretly feel envious of others success or adventures?
Do you wake up excited for your day ahead or do you feel lackluster about it, even dread it?
Are you challenged in all the right ways, leaning into your growth edge and feeling enlivened by the obstacles in front of you…or do you feel a heavy internal force holding you back from taking powerful action towards your potential?
Do you make lemonade when life gives you lemons, or do you fall into a rut of self-defeating habits when your world is painted yellow?Read More
…In a world where we’re told that ‘faster, bigger, better’ is success and ‘having it all together’ is what will make you happy - it’s no wonder we tend to avoid exposing our messy truths, in particular, the messy truths of change…Read More
Life is going to get full. Life has its seasons. Life is going to hit crossroads.
…And when our life is full, in a season of transition, and at a crossroads…how do we come back to ourself? How do we let this season of our life BE, while also holding onto what matters most to us?
Let me tell you a story of the season I’m in, and maybe my story will help you be with your own, with more ease…Read More
…However, when we live, love, and lead from this place, we feel whole and undivided within ourselves. We become untangled, we are more clear and confident about our next steps, and we feel the sweet notes of our unique existence (harmony) in both the tension and the release of our life.
So today I’m sharing with you a process I created to help you discover and define your core values.Read More
…Yet, those things didn’t lead me to lasting happiness either.
Again and again, I had chosen a very different approach to life, yet there I was…confused, ashamed to admit the truth, even to myself, thinking, “Why am I not happier?” I ran in the opposite direction, yet ended up exactly where I was seeing everyone else. Unfulfilled.Read More