Escaping Annual Escapes

At times, looking forward to my next vacation was all that kept me sane as I was in the grind.  I once even had a friend tell me that I was looking forward to vacations a little too much.  I wrote his comment off, almost immediately.  How can you look forward to vacations too much? 

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Gratitude

…In early 2015, a quote entered my horizon.  (Before I share the quote, I think this is a good time to say that before this point in my life, I thought It was the most ridiculous thing ever when someone would say a quote changed their life.  After this point, I knew what they meant.)…

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I Surrender(ed)

Surrender is a big concept, with even bigger ripple effects. In this blog post, I share how I actively resisted surrendering in an area of my life that was very aligned with safety, and how Gabby Bernstein’s Spirit Junkie Masterclass helped me wave a white flag (in the best way possible.)

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Looking Back

“…And this may be the biggest thing of all - a person, a place, or a thing isn’t the source of our pain.  For years I thought It was my job and Philadelphia and South Jersey that fueled my pain…”

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Being In It

You may feel like you are racing from one mundane task to the next. Cross off one thing, just to replace it with something else. In this post, I share a tactic makes the task just a little less mundane and can help trade the feeling of “going through the motions” for a little presence.

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