Navigate Your Life: Tara Mohr

I first met Tara online in the early days of Twitter and we then became friends after she told me, “The Woman’s Comfort Book meant so much to me; I read it when I was 14.” After our first phone chat, I hung up and thought, “That gal is going places.” She sure has. What […]

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When your truer path shows up yet again

This weekend Bob and I went to dinner at a little restaurant off island. The proprietor greeted us when we walked in the door of what appeared to be her house – a funky bungalow with fat orange squashes growing around the porch and a push lawnmower abandoned in the grass. She took my hands […]

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Navigate Your Life: Nathalie Lussier

Today is the day!! It’s the Life Navigation Primer call! 4pm PACIFIC (5pm MT, 6pm CT, 7pm ET), I’ll be teaching, musing, talking to YOU about how we choose, how we navigate, a life that is ours. I’m excited and honestly, I’m a little scared. I’m always scared before I teach. So much to express, so […]

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Please Join Me in No More Waiting 

I used to believe shaping a life that included more of what I wanted was something I could do only if everything was right. As in: if I wasn’t depressed, if my health wasn’t wobbly, if I wasn’t doubting myself, and everybody else was pretty happy – especially my Lilly or Bob. Otherwise, I’d freeze […]

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Navigate Your Life: Justine Musk

I so hope you are loving this guest post series as much as I am – just so varied and wise, and so reflective of how we can use so many means and mindsets to shape our truer lives.  Justine Musk believes that being uncooperative with bullshit is to be cooperative with your own audacious […]

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Navigate Your Life: Kate Northrup

This is the halfway point in my guest post series where 10 women I admire share how they shape their truer lives. You can scroll back here if you missed posts. So far I’ve given thought to how I schedule my days, how I push myself when it feels useless, and returned to art journaling […]

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Navigate Your Life: Karen Walrond

I hope you’re savoring this guest post series on how 10 women I admire create their lives. I am reading and re-reading, thinking deeply about how to use this wisdom myself. Today we have Karen Walrond; she is such a treasure! She’s an author and gifted photographer who makes me feel that my uniqueness is valuable, […]

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Savor & Serve in August

I write this from the shallow swamp where the black dog hunts, otherwise known as a bout of the blues. I wrote about NOT being ashamed of being depressed here, and it’s been one of my popular posts ever. Turns out many of us suffer from feeling depressed. AND while it’s how I feel right […]

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