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Who would’ve thought one could glean such wonderful life lessons from a garage sale? Let me explain … I’m an incredibly sentimental person. From cards and handwritten letters to items of clothing to physical knick knacks, I enjoy being able to spend time in reflection on individual mementos from the past, as well as experiences […]

Have you ever focused on what you think you lack in life? Perhaps a relationship or marriage. The big house. A huge social network. Children. Career accomplishments. A fancy car. If I’m 100% honest, I could scream a resounding, “Yes!” to this question. At varying points in my life, I’ve found myself peering into other’s […]

Chronic stress — HELLO, 2020! — can cramp our lifestyles, and we have to find ways to move through, release, and manage life in productive ways. Have you ever considered how letting go might help you combat stress? Let’s dig in. But first, let me lay the foundation. You may or may not be familiar […]

Death has a way of awakening you, focusing you, and shifting you in new directions. It took my mom dying when I was 37 years old to understand why my life was not flowing the way I wished it would. Yep, death opened my eyes to the importance of shifting priorities in life. Leading up […]

Who would’ve thought self-love could be a byproduct of grief? Just yesterday, I was on a morning walk with my Beagle. It felt like any ordinary morning — a peaceful, yet somewhat humid stroll around my neighborhood. Every so often, I encountered a jogger on a mission or a familiar face accompanied by another four-legged […]

We’re nine months into 2020 at this point, six months into a global pandemic, and hundreds of years into a social and racial pandemic. Whew, that’s a lot to think about! And where does that leave us? Well, if you’re like me, it leaves us grasping for proverbial straws, attempting to establish some sort of […]