Balancing Screen and Real Time: 5 Action Steps You Can Take Right Now

We have all been there. In a group of people hanging out and someone is on their phone. Perhaps they are bored of the conversation. Or maybe it is just out of habit. Nonetheless, despite your efforts to look them in the eye, they are continuously scrolling through their feed, listening to you, but only half listening. “Look at me, damn it!” I want to yell. How dare you look at your phone while we […]

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A Long Overdue Letter to a Lost Friend

Whether anybody reads this or not, it doesn’t matter. It’s home is through the meadow and into the mist. And that is where it needs to be. Thank you for being there for me when I needed you. Thank you for being my soul-sister. Thank you for staying up late talking out problems I could only discuss with you; you always made me feel better. Thank you for laughing with me, for crying with me. […]

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Colorado Energy and A.W.E

We planned this trip to Colorado one week in advance. We reserved for the A.W.E. seminar, booked our flights, and were ready to experience the full energy this weekend had to offer. Well, life never turns out how you expect it to, and this weekend was no different. There was a lot we learned, plenty of beautiful and wild things we saw, but nothing compared to the time spent in that room with Donny Epstein, […]

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Food Sensitivities and Making Peace with Your Body

Many of you may already be well aware of what you should be eating and what you shouldn’t. We know the common food sensitivities like dairy, wheat and sugar, but what about the not-so-common ones like eggs, nuts and beans? Are we fully aware of how we feel when eat eat these foods? If so, to what degree are we suppose to limit them? The problem starts when we assume because it worked for somebody […]

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