Writer and coach
Karen Eisenbraun is a writer, certified holistic nutrition consultant, and health coach with a background in marketing strategy and content development. Much of her career has been spent providing inbound marketing services to clients in the health & wellness industry. She is passionate about helping others take control of their health, set and crush goals, and take control of their health.
Everything I’ve learned about how to find a literary agent
I’m in the midst of querying for my first novel, so when another writer in a Facebook group asked for some advice, I wrote this up. This is everything I’ve learned about the query process so far, from my own experience and from other writers….
Stephen King was right about theme in writing
I’ve had this quote from Flannery O’Connor on my desk for years. I always remind myself of it when I feel like my manuscript is garbage or I don’t know what I’m doing. Wouldn’t it be better for you to discover a meaning in what…
Make this your best year yet!
It’s a brand-new year! Although some people say that January 1 is an arbitrary date and that New Year’s Resolutions don’t work, I always feel like the start of a new year is a good time to reflect and refocus on your goals. I’ve been…
My modified Miracle Morning routine
A couple of years ago, I read The Miracle Morning — a super motivational book about creating positive life changes by adopting a consistent morning routine. The author, Hal Elrod, describes how he picked six activities commonly considered the most effective self-help practices — meditation, affirmations,…
Thoughts on privilege
Those of us who are interested in spirituality cannot call ourselves enlightened if we turn a blind eye to injustice and inequity in the world. We cannot be agents for truth and compassion while simultaneously ignoring the ways that racism continues to have a very real influence in our society and institutions.
Why I’m rebranding (and what the heck is hygge?)
When seeking a new name for my blog, I came across the Danish concept of hygge. While the word doesn’t have an exact translation, hygge broadly means an approach to life that encourages positivity and greater well-being through enjoying the simple things in life. It’s loosely translated as “contentment of the soul.”