When You Change, Your Dreams Change

When you change, your dreams change. What is your dream in this moment? We are ever-evolving beings. Our dreams, too, evolve as we do. But, so often, we become attached to a dream we declared for ourselves five, seven, or even ten years ago. Something in us believes that we must stay connected to it…

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3 Common Myths About Soul Purpose

It took me years of living on purpose to understand the 3 common myths about soul purpose. For a long time I foolishly clung to the fantasy that one day I’d be visited by an angel or hear a booming voice from the sky. And that’s how I’d know what I was here to do…

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Scared to Let Go of Your Past?

The past is not a problem to be solved. The past is a part of you that you're meant to outgrow.

Scared to let go of your past? A common theme I hear from clients all the time is this: I need to keep working on me. This comment makes me sad. It tells me that most people think there’s something inherently wrong with them, that they’re fundamentally flawed in some way. This is why they…

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What Happens When You Let Go of the Past?

At the end of 2018 I did something really hard. It was letting go of a piece of my past. On Dec. 31, I said goodbye to the work I’d been doing for the past ten years in senior living. Facilitating Storytelling and Life Enrichment sessions was a fun gig, but something in me knew…

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3 Principles That Can Change Your Life

3 principles to live

3 principles that can change your life revealed themselves to me through a quote. A couple of weeks ago, I made a presentation on FAITH at a retirement community. I ended my presentation with this quote: “Accept what is, let go of what was, and have faith in what will be.” The quote struck a…

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How do you say that final goodbye?

last goodbye

How do you say that final goodbye? The last week of my father’s fading breath was one of the hardest in my life. There he lay, on a hospital bed, battling the end stages of renal failure. My siblings and I took turns staying by his bedside. We held his hand, sang his favorite songs, and…

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