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Be your own everything

I have been thinking a bit lately about authenticity, and how it relates to relationships. Last week, I went to hear Elizabeth Gi

How to set (and achieve) goals

Writing down my goals is probably the single most powerful practice I have discovered for creating change, both in my internal wor

4 journaling exercises for self improvement

I love journals. Any kind of notebooks, really. And planners. I buy journals all the time, even if I don’t need them. I can alwa

Book review: Brave Enough

When I first heard that Cheryl Strayed had released a book of quotes curated from her earlier works, I was skeptical. I love Stray

Book Review: Big Magic

This is officially one of my all-time favorite books, even though it just came out late last year. I should divulge that I'm a hug

7 life lessons from 2016

I switched planners today, because I’m a nerd like that and I didn’t want to wait until January 1st to start using my beautifu

My review of the ProLon fasting mimicking diet

Would you give up food for 5 days if it could improve your health? There are numerous benefits to fasting, but water or juice fast

I want to see you be brave

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about bravery, and how it’s probably going to be my theme for 2018. Every year for the past fe

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

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

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Be your own everything

I have been thinking a bit lately about authenticity, and how it relates to relationships. Last week, I went to hear Elizabeth Gilbert talk about her book Committed, which was just released in paperback. Now, I thought Eat Pray Love was a decent book, although it didn’t blow me away as much as some people, and the movie was a bit underwhelming. Still, I was intrigued by Committed, which was originally subtitled "A skeptic makes peace with marriage."...