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May 14, 2016

The Ultimate Recipe For Creativity

What is creativity? I have realized that it is such an amazing tool. You can harness it at any time. You can use it for so many different ventures. But what are the ingredients? How do you make this magic juice? Here's your recipe: Ingredients 1 part insomnia/sleep deprivation 20 minutes in the sunshine 1 swift walk 3 cups of tea or favored caffeinated beverage 5 rough drafts or 3 destroyed canvases 2 hours on…
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April 27, 2016

5 Signs You’re a Healer and Lightworker

In my heart of hearts I always knew I was a lightworker. But just like many healers, spiritual types, and mystics I spent many years trying to run from who I really was. I tried so, so hard to fit in. I worked the corporate job, I got married, settled down, had children. And yet, I always felt something was missing. When I was young I was introduced to religion in many forms. My father…
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June 19, 2015

Business Wisdom I Learned From My Dad

My father is a very wise man. What's more, he knows how to make everyone around him laugh and light up. Though we haven't always seen eye to eye, I have learned so much from him over the years (even the times I swore I didn't want to learn anything from him. He's a hard worker. Sometimes working night and day to get the job done. I think of him as a worker bee sometimes.…
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October 5, 2014

I Played Hooky from Work & It Revitalized My Soul

"Follow your dreams, to the fields unknown, to where wild flowers sink into the sun. I will meet you there, and we shall dance until the sun rises once again." - Red Deer It had been a long week. In the daytime, I worked on freelance projects, in the night time, I taught yoga or writing workshops. By Friday, I came home after working, teaching, and healing people for over 70 hours. My body had…
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April 29, 2014

You Are Divine Love and Other Things I Learned at I Can Do It

This weekend I attended my first spiritual conference, sponsored by Hay House, called "I Can Do It 2014." Leading up to the weekend, I had experienced a number of big life changes and it seemed like this conference could not have come at a better time. On Saturday morning, I woke up exhausted, guzzled a cup of caffeine, forgot about breakfast, drove like a maniac thinking I would be late, and then a funny thing…
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April 17, 2014

What It Feels Like to Be a Writer

It's not easy being a writer. I think people often romanticize the writing process. Like authors wake up every morning, brush the curtains aside, sit musing with a cup of coffee as the birds sing outside, and then write a book. Like it's that simple to write a book. Like every morning will be as beautiful as the next, filled with inspiration and beauty. The truth is, writers, just like professionals in any trade, have…
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March 21, 2014

The Girl with the Cupcake Tattoo

When Daniella Keenan was a little girl, she would help her mother bake cakes. She would measure the flour, butter the pan, and blend the ingredients, as perfectly as her little hands could manage. Her favorite part was glaring into the oven, watching the cakes rise. "I would watch the stuff in the oven as it baked because I was just that interested," she says. When they came out the oven, they would be decorated…
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March 6, 2014

Guest Post: The Words and Poetry of Shea Wesley

My friend Shea Wesley is a poet and he doesn't even know it. In his writing, you can take a voyage. He is also a lyricists, and just like me, has a love for words. His words ebb and flow within him, and that is why I encouraged him to write a guest post for this blog. I am so happy with the result! These are his words: ------- Too Tired to Discuss By Shea…
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March 4, 2014

The Goddess Within: A Talk with Deinah M. Khakasa

I met Deinah when we were both students in high school. On the dusty school yard in Nairobi, Kenya, we would often talk and laugh together. But unlike some of my other friends, we seemed to connect on a deeper, spiritual level. I always enjoy meeting people that seem to live on a higher plane, and Deinah is most definitely one of those people. She shares her insights with others and is on a mission to…
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February 3, 2014

How am I going to be an Optimist about this?

I have a problem. I am an eternal optimist. Many would say that's not exactly a problem, but it is when you are trying the wrestle with the problems that plague our Earth. Floods, bombs, poverty, rape, exploitation, war... "How am I gonna be an optimist about this?" From my little square of the world, how can I help? Two weeks ago my husband asked why I only write about positive things on my blog. "You…
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