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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What world do you want to shape?

1. I’m choosing to write this post because I’m afraid to. I’m fearful Amazon could get wind of it and yank the buy buttons from my books. Staying silent about what bothers me so I won’t get hassled — that hit me hard. That is not the world I want to contribute to shaping. 2. […]

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How I do my business + why

I was so chuffed Racheal from The Yogipreneur asked me to join the ❤ Your Community Blog Tour. I don’t write enough about my business, and that kind of knowledge is so useful, both for those of you signing up for TeachNow and for anyone who wants to serve by sharing their ideas and expertise. Yesterday […]

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Savoring & Serving in March

Hey Lovely, I’m still wavering on how to do this monthly “glance back” in a way that feels juicy and of use, and I’m showing up anyway. Because waiting to get things figured out is such a waste and I’m actively letting go of my desire for certainty. It squelches my creative growth. Learning to […]

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How do you make a life organizer app???

Meet Katie Benedetto Jones, the wonderful web developer with a passion for inner growth, who built The Life Organizer app. In 2009, Katie left the comfortable path of a research mathematician (wait, that does not sound comfortable to a math-phobe like me!) to start Yellow Rubber Ball, a web and app development consultancy that focuses […]

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The Price of Publicly Offering Your Heart

I wrote on Facebook this week that “launching has become my spiritual practice.” By that I mean, the extremely vulnerable practice of sharing my work has become a powerful way to grow into my true life. My prayer has become: Offer yourself to your world with wholeness and fierce devotion, and learn from that. (Click […]

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Living Your Truest Life

Last year, palliative care nurse Bronnie Ware’s blog post (and book) The 5 Regrets of the Dying was read by millions. It is regret number one that has stuck with me the most: “I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.” It begs […]

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Finding your way back to your self

Illustration: Kristin Noelle How do you find your way back to your self, to your “unstainable goodness,” to trusting and following your path, when something or someone sends you spinning off course? I asked a handful of friends this question because you can’t live a life that is true to you if you are always […]

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