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Listen to Your Own Voice

I’ve always been an avid reader. A lover of all books. Fiction of all kinds. As I grew older, my interests started to shift towards self-help books. Now, before I continue, let me… Continue reading

Uncreative Moments Are Okay

“You must also accept that one has ‘uncreative’ moments. The more honestly one can accept that, the quicker these moments will pass. One must have the courage to call a halt, to feel… Continue reading

How a Tree Can Teach Life’s Greatest Lesson

Just days before the first snowfall of the season, I decided to take advantage of the beautiful weather and went for a walk in the woods. Lucky for me, the trees were still… Continue reading

Three Easy Ways to Meditate Today

Why I Began to Meditate I first began my meditation practice about 10 years ago. I had recently graduated from college and was starting my first year of teaching. All these changes made… Continue reading

The Art of a Quiet Morning

I couldn’t be happier and more relaxed right now as I sit here with my feet up on the couch, reading a new book and sipping a hot cup of hazelnut coffee. I… Continue reading

Finding What Brings You Joy

In the Fall of 2016 I received a job offer that I couldn’t turn down. Really, it was the job I had been hoping for. I couldn’t have dreamed up a more perfect… Continue reading

A Life of Gratitude

We all have a desire that at some point is born within us. For some, with that desire often comes the struggle to bring it to fruition. For others, it is effortless. Why?… Continue reading

Waiting for the Last Minute

I intended on posting this last week and now here I am rushing to get it done. Once again, I’ve waited till the last minute. For my job, all of my paperwork is… Continue reading

What I’ve Learned in Thirty Years

Last month I celebrated my 30th birthday. Believe it or not, this was a tough one. In so many ways, I still feel like I’m sixteen years old (some say I even look… Continue reading

Home

Over the last few weeks I’ve been spending a lot of time looking for a house or condo to purchase. It’s an emotionally draining process. Getting a mortgage and trying to find the… Continue reading

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