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Welcome. This is where I lay it down. Inspiration. Word flow. Musings on the messiness of being human. My hope is that something resonates with you. That we connect through things that inspire us both to be soulful, grounded and in touch with something higher than routine, the hustle and the grind. Oh. And I made you something.

7 Tips To Hone Your Intuition

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There are people who always refer to their gut instinct and intuition and make moves based on it – people who won’t do A or B or can’t trust so-and-so – based on strong feelings either one way or another. They’ll base their actions on what that feeling in the pit of their stomach is telling them. We call these

Look How Far You’ve Come

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When we’re looking to make changes in our lives to grow, expand or move ahead in any way, we set big, lofty goals for ourselves. We work to achieve big things and set milestones along the way. We might want to: Build a successful solo business Do some good inner work and self-development Have enough money saved in the bank

Well, Hello There Sunshine

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I dunno about you but with March 20th being the first day of Spring, I’m gung-ho ready to pack away my cozy down-filled coat, wool mittens and waterproof ‘perfect-for-below-average-temperatures’ winter boots. Dodging puddles made from melting snow and sunsets now making an appearance at around 7:45pm are making me ridiculously giddy. With the promise of spring and warmer air (also

The Magic of Gratitude

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More often than not, when we’re feeling stuck, restless or frustrated with something in our lives, we focus on it. We invest energy in complaining about situations, people, places or things that we’re feeling unhappy or unfulfilled about. We can’t stop thinking about whatever’s troubling us, pouring over the details and finding ourselves falling deeper and deeper into the difficulty

An Urban Hippy’s Toolkit: Nature

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I adore the city. There’s something about the hustle and bustle, the lights, the energy and the eclectic culture of the downtown core that gets me going. Nothing beats a sunny day on a patio overlooking the sidewalk, lounging while people watching, beer in hand and indulging in a flowing conversation with friends. I tried suburban living but it didn’t

Dance Break

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I have an easy time celebrating other’s wins but not so much my own. I get excited for friends when it’s their birthday/anniversary/they get a promotion/are celebrating any milestone but rarely get on top of a mountain to sing about what’s feeding my soul. I’d often rather help others celebrate theirs. Well that stops now. Last week Friday, I packed