Stop Allowing Comparison to Steal Your Joy

Stop Allowing Comparison to Steal your Joy

Comparison is the thief of joy, right? “Comparison is the thief of joy.” This quote is often attributed to either Theodore Roosevelt or Christian writer, Dwight Edwards.  I’m sure you’ve seen it on Pinterest. Sometimes I find that scrolling through social media brings up a lot of “stuff” for me.  “Stuff” in the form of […]

An Apology

apologize to your body maybe that’s where the healing begins. — starting poem from salt. by nayyirah waheed.   I’m deeply sorry for failing to see your strength. For shaming you both silently and out loud. For filling you with poison because that made it easier to put on a happy face. I’m sorry for not […]

5 Steps to Feel Your Feelings

You know that feeling of relief after a good, hard cry? That relief is the release of stored up negative energy inside you.  We bottle these emotions up until eventually, we reach our breaking point.  Something triggers us and it’s like an emotional purge.  You find yourself feeling all of the emotions you had tried […]

A Lesson in Relationships

A Lesson in Relationships

One of my favorite Miracle Messages from Gabby Bernstein is from her book Miracles Now (grab a copy on Amazon here).  The Message is based on a lesson from a metphysical text called A Course in Miracles.  She says, “Relationships are assignments for optimal growth and healing.” Let me say that again. “Relationships are assignments for optimal […]

The Best Mindfulness Apps

The Best Mindfulness Apps

I’ve tried many mindfulness apps to keep me present and high-vibe throughout the day, so I’m sharing my favorite and most-used with you, in hopes that they may serve you as well.   The Best Mindfulness Apps Stop, Breathe & Think The Stop, Breathe & Think App is perfect for anyone new to meditation.  It offers […]

A Reading List for the Journey Inward

A Reading List for the Journey Inward

I began what I’m now calling “My Journey Inward“, without intention.  That is to say I wasn’t exactly planning to dive deep within myself and really take a good look around.  (Suppressing, or just blatantly ignoring my problems was my way of dealing with anything that came up for me.)  But as I’ve learned time and […]