I tried several times to create a new identity and put myself and my offering out into the world. It would launch quite well, and then gradually fizzle out.
As I entered my midlife journey, I realized certain relationships no longer nurtured me, and I discovered my new mantra: Whatever is not truth falls away.
As I write these words, it has now been three months since my brother passed away, and I find myself standing on the precipice of spring looking back over my shoulder at the steps I have journeyed since. They are jagged and disparate, crooked and uneven with no order to them other then they are ...
That’s right, like many who have tried and failed spectacularly before me, I am setting myself a lofty and potentially unachievable New Year’s resolution. I will seek to purchase nothing new in 2016.
This year, I choose to prioritize myself. Healthy helpful habits? Check -- but with a stronger mindset, one that accepts and accelerates towards truths that grow my soul, so I can show that in 2016, I am a battle cry, a stubborn light, a whispered riot ready to transform words and wonder into a ...