Vision: The Power of Writing it Down

Vision: The Power of Writing it Down

Early Daydreams, Youthful Vision Since I was a young girl I have had a vivid imagination and a desire to slip endlessly into daydreams, surround myself with nature, water, horses, the things that bring my heart alive. When I was little I would spend my summer days...

Kicked to the Curb

Kicked to the Curb

Article by Cassandra Johnson A good friend of mine posted a photo of a Christmas tree laying on the curb on December 26th. His caption read, “The Morning After. Kicked to the Curb.” This post generated a slew of responses from cheers to tears. Other social media...

Permission to Slow Down

Permission to Slow Down

The holiday season has arrived. For some this is a plentiful, beautiful time to rejoice and share time with family and friends! For others it is a reminder of loss, grief, and a time when we find ourselves thrown into old patterns we thought we'd outgrown. Whichever...

Live in the Light: Stepping into Your Future Self

Live in the Light: Stepping into Your Future Self

Have you ever arrived at a time or point in your life where you were acutely aware of growth out of hardship, accomplishments that came from walking relentlessly up hill, that specific feeling that you were just about to be okay? For me the feeling is that of being in...

A Time to Dream: From Surviving to Thriving

A Time to Dream: From Surviving to Thriving

Dream by Daylight As I packed my bag into the car for the airport and locked the house behind me, I had the distinct feeling that I would return from this trip changed. The day before I had the same fleeting feeling - tidying rooms, crossing items off my to do list,...

Coming Home: Healing from Grief and Pain

Coming Home: Healing from Grief and Pain

I came across an old journal the other day, looking for the spell I remember casting over ten years ago to find my perfect mate. Wouldn’t it be fun to write a new one and dig out the old one and see how they compare fifteen plus years apart? What I couldn’t find is...

The Day The Rains Came

The Day The Rains Came

When I moved home amid my ending marriage I was in a state of denial, confusion, and chaos. I moved back into the home we had bought together - married each other in - the home we lived in with his parents, his siblings, my sisters and family, so many memories. A...

Mother’s Day Rain or Shine

Mother’s Day Rain or Shine

  Rainbows are a gift the droplets of rain bring when we allow the sun to shine back through.   It is that time of year again.  Mother’s Day for me celebrates my greatest joy and marks the anniversary of my greatest sadness. I always loved Mother’s Day when...

Your Diet, Your Health, and Your Microbiome

Your Diet, Your Health, and Your Microbiome

“When the diet is wrong, medicine is of no use; when the diet is correct, medicine is of no need.” –Ayurvedic proverb   In last week’s post, I talked about how the health of our gut is central to the health of our bodies.  This week, let's look at something...

Do You Have the “GUTS” to be Healthy?

Do You Have the “GUTS” to be Healthy?

“People are fed by the Food Industry, which pays no attention to health, and are treated by the Health Industry, which pays no attention to food.” – Wendall Berry   This statement struck a cord with me when I first heard it.  In my opinion, it is the root of our...

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