By: Redfin.com The new year has arrived, and as remote work becomes a new norm, making sure your home office space supports rather than hinders your productivity is essential. Whether you’re new to remote work or are a seasoned pro, there’s no better time than now to set up a workspace that promotes a stress-free atmosphere. … Continue reading Here’s How to Create a Calming and Relaxing Home Office, According to the Pros
Oftentimes we think because the days are shorter and darkness is more dominant that things aren't as good. But now is a huge time to nourish yourself - body, mind and soul. Winter affords us a season of more rest, quiet, tranquility, and a time to nourish ourselves and go within. It's times like these … Continue reading May the quiet nature of this season nourish your body, mind and soul.
What does turning 35 mean to me? When I think about turning 35, it feels like a milestone. When I reflect on turning 35 to those close to me or even through thought – sometimes I think “wow, I never thought I would make it this far.” When you have been through hell and back … Continue reading What Does Turning 35 Mean to Me?
I decided to create a passion project out of turning 35. I will be turning 35 in about 3 weeks. In some ways I feel like turning 35 is a bigger milestone than 40 will be. I have been shifting and creating a lot of changes for myself in recent history and to be honest … Continue reading Where I Have Been and Where I am Going
I got my first dose of the Moderna COVID vaccine and believe it’s helping my chronic Epstein-Barr Virus & CFS/ME. Mono – most people have had it in their lifetime. And, usually they get it once. I have had full blown mononucleosis a minimum of three times. The first time was in second grade. The … Continue reading I got my first dose of the Moderna COVID vaccine and believe it’s helping my chronic EBV
Journaling is something that comes up for many clients during readings. It helps us when we are lost, it helps us when we are grieving and it can help us with everything else from gratitude journaling to processing our emotions, processing our day, letting go of trauma and so much more. Journaling is incredibly therapeutic … Continue reading Common Wisdom Series – You Can Benefit From Journaling
I start my Metta journey by listening to the LovingKindness meditation by UNH here. Then I found Jack Kornfield, Sharon Salzberg and Tara Brach. Metta is a beautiful way to set intentions and spread love, kindness and compassion. It is also a wonderful form of meditation. For those who find it hard to send themselves … Continue reading Learning Metta (The Basics)
Finding love isn't as hard as you think it is. - It is already within you. After reading people for over 13 years and observing people for longer, I noticed people are in a deep search for love. This is totally understandable. Who doesn't want to find love? The biggest thing I have noticed though … Continue reading Love Is Already Within You – Finding It, Using It & Learning Metta
Have you noticed, on more than a couple occasions, one animal, number, insect, etc.? Recently I had a dream of a gorilla. I thought it was odd but then throughout the week I saw Gorilla's. This is odd because I don't typically see gorilla's anywhere. So I looked up the shamanic meaning of gorilla and … Continue reading Common Wisdom – Pay Attention to the Signs and Symbols Around You
It is fairly common for my guides and yours to be like "WAIT! Don't give up yet!" Almost like they are shouting it from the rooftops. There is a great reason for why they do this and for why the title is "Don't give up 5 min before the miracle." While sometimes it appears nothing … Continue reading Common Wisdom: Don’t Give up 5 Minutes Before the Miracle