Category: Self Help

December Opens To A Wild Heart

As the winter season approaches we anticipate the end of the calendar year. December is a guidepost to decide how you are going to spend this season of your life. We can choose to redefine and self-direct moments to better align with our value, and create meaning and fulfillment. Often it’s much more comfortable, and…

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Kinda Care Kinda Don’t

First time I saw this saying “Kinda Care  Kinda Don’t” was on a muted pink, white, sage green and rose colored mug sitting on a shelf with several other mugs. At first glance, the statement on the mug could just be humorous and aloof, yet its message, felt wise and comforting especially during these times in…

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Choose a Life of Fulfillment

“Self- Care is often a very unbeautiful thing. True self-care is not salt baths and chocolate cake, it is making the choice to build a life that you don’t regularly need to escape from.” – Quote from Brianna Wiser (Blog post for Thought Catalog) The warmth of your morning coffee, the stillness of a meditation…

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Campfires create community and bring people together

The orange light and crackling of the timber invite us to be present and relax into each moment. Campfires remind me of stories that unfold under the stars. These exchanges are snuggled in between blankets of quiet contemplation, conversation, and playful moments of laughter. As the winter days seem so long and as the pandemic…

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Lessons of a Falling Leaf & The Whispers of Autumn

“When you think you’ve surrendered, surrender some more.” ~Gabby Bernstein As the autumn approaches lean in and allow yourself to let go of what does not serve you anymore. Surrender to the season – experience its beauty. Take a moment to learn from nature as you gaze upon a leaf as it falls from a…

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Feeling Drained? Revitalize Yourself!

I recently read a “Guide To Detox During A Crisis For Energy” by Rosie Acousta ~ Radically Loved and thought this could be a reset for when we feel depleted. Since everyone copes differently, this is another restorative tool to help us boost our immunity. We will feel resilient and empowered to tap into the best version of ourselves….

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Reasons to Consider Private Pay vs Health Care Insurance

Opinion: Why I Don’t Take Insurance for Mental Health Services Provide April 1, 2013 by Linda Oxford of Awakening Health You should have control over your therapy. You and I, in consultation, decide what you are here to work on, how to proceed and when you have achieved your purpose. Insurance companies dictate what they…

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Holidays Cravings

Here is how to answer your cravings after the holidays! Celebrating food is in abundance during the holiday season. When we indulge in its richness during this season, it can be difficult to break habits that perpetuate the cycle. In order to “get back on track” we often look outside of ourselves to refocus. For…

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Approach Life As You Do The Weather

The weather this February has been a unique month in Michigan. Some days were 60 degrees while hours or days later were 30 degrees with snow. I paused to think what I can learn from nature to help guide me during times in our lives that FEEL uncertain and we experience anxiety. I have come…

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