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The Practice of Being Human

Imagine as if you were a fly on the wall on the day you were born. Was it evening? Was it morning? Were you premature, or did you take your sweet time entering this world? Imagine watching the individual who…

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Prioritizing Gratitude

Prioritizing gratitude is a practice.  As November begins, it brings along many new stressors for us to manage.  For example, just as I am writing this, guess what I see looking out of the window? Snow.  I am not ready…

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Aspire to Inspire by Example

Today, I write to you from the Detroit Metro Airport. While going through the security check, an airport official notified me that I would need to surrender the toothpaste and spray bottle found inside my carry on bag due to…

Mindfulness Of A Dog’s Life

Riley is a 3 year old, 60 pound mix, I rescued him, or he rescued me, just over a year ago.  He is often described as hyper, out of control, crazy, rude, and many many other colorful words that I…

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Life Without Regret

Regret is defined as a feeling of sadness or disappointment over something that has happened or been done. Perhaps one of the most difficult experiences I encounter is that of regret. Having no control to go back in time and…

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Hello, lovely beings 🙂 In the past we’ve talked about relationships and making room for both people. This week, let’s talk a little bit about how we can stand up for what we want and need. I see many women…