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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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November 3, 2014

4 Lessons I Learned From Oprah’s Life You Want Weekend

October was a rough month. I broke electronics, my car got hit in the parking lot, and when my laptop was stolen- my words, words that I had spent countless hours perfecting, a book that I was in the middle of writing, poems that had poured from my heart- were gone in an instant. It was like losing someone. Losing a part of me. Slumped into a mini-depression, I tried to tell myself it had…
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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 27, 2014

Why I Won’t Live in Fear

There's a line in a cheesy 90's movie called Strictly Ballroom that comes to mind every time I think of the word "fearless." At the end of the movie, the father turns to his son before a ballroom dancing competition. He doesn't want his son to walk away from the competition and end up regretting it, like he did. He says, “We had the chance but we were scared. We walked away...We lived our lives…
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April 20, 2014

The Things I Learned at YogaFest 2014

I was excited for YogaFest. I wouldn't stop talking about it all week. Especially after all the fun I'd had at last year's YogaFest. But then came the rain. Several of the girls I was going with started to cancel, and all the excitement I had been building up all week began to wear away. What if it pours all day? What if the location gets moved inside. It just won't have the same feeling,…
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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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February 26, 2014

10 Most Uplifting Songs of 2013

Recently, I came across this amazing video chronicling the top hit songs of 2013 (you have to watch it): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJMapA8WgYw It got me thinking about the songs that came out this year and all the memories I've made. Uplifting songs are a great thing to turn to when you've had a bad day. So in case you are having a bad day, and even if you're not, here's a list of the most uplifting songs of 2013.…
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February 25, 2014

Girls on a Beach

The day was January 1, 2014. New beginnings. Three friends sat on the beach, reflecting on last year and bringing in the possibility of the coming year. "2014 is going to be a great, great year," they said. And it was.
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January 9, 2014

Call to Bloggers: Creativity Happens Randomly

Calling all bloggers! Let's get creative and collaborative. You see, I believe the most creative writing come naturally, randomly, and flows effortlessly onto the page. That's why I want to do a little experiment. I would like to write a poem/blog post with the help of all of my fellow creative bloggers. I am calling each of you to send me just one sentence on the topic: "Her." It doesn't matter what you say, how…
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