Becoming who we already are

"Purpose: the reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists."Can we find our Purpose just by becoming the person we have always been? Stay with me here...My children are 3 1/2 and 6 1/2 and they know who they are. They have known since they first took residence in my belly. Lucas (6 1/2) is a lover. He loves with his whole heart with a fierce passion & an innocent sweetness that takes my breath away. He is also a joy seeker and everything he does, he does for joy. He wants to experience everything as fully and as deeply as he can, and because he is such a lover, he wants others to experience joy as well, so he is a joker and an entertainer, who sometimes doesn't kno...

More Kindness

The other day, as I was driving, I decided to give a few bucks to the homeless man standing on the corner. I pulled money out of my purse and as I drove up to the light, ready to make a left hand turn, I slowed down and held the money out the window. He jumped up ...

Warriors of Love

This election has kicked my ass, thoroughly. I am reeling. I am hurting. And I am terrified. But do you know what else? I am finding a power and a calling inside of myself that I didn't even know was there. I am engaging with curiosity and love where I used to dismiss with fear and disgust.The world has shifted. A predator h...

Money is my best friend

What is your relationship with money? Is it the "root of all evil"? Does the thought of money stress you out? Is there never enough? Were you taught that "money doesn't grow on trees"? Do you cringe when the subject of money comes up? Recently, I listened to a webinar series by the brilliant, Tiffany Peterson (she is a wonderful business/life coach...if you haven't heard of her before, check her out at thelighthouseprinciples.com). On o...

Love and french fries

I got back from the doTERRA convention a few weeks ago and Holy Moly, it was mind-blowing. I felt both gutted and simultaneously made more whole than I've ever been. I listened raptly to a woman, Immaculée Ilibagiza, tell of the Rwandan genocide of 1994, when millions of people were murdered, including her entire family. She took refuge in a neighbor's 3' x 4' bathroom with seven other women for NINETY days. In those 90 days, she became a person who Wayne Dyer is quoted as saying, "There is something much more than charisma at work here - Immaculée not only writes and speaks about unconditional love and forgiveness, but she radiates it wherever she goes." She really ...

Ain't nobody got time for that...

Do you feel depleted, tired, as if you could sleep for a week and never catch up? When your husband asks for sex, is your first response a groan or a sigh (even if it's internally) because you just can't be asked for one more thing? Do you have time for self-care or is "self-care" a phrase that makes you roll your eyes in...