Be Still – The Not So Easy Practice For Inner Movers

My brain has been a wreck lately. Not lately as the last few days, but really the last several months. It’s like something is on fire and I’m trying to flee the house to save myself, except this isn’t what’s happening at all. Maybe it’s a past life thing? Maybe. On this one particular day as I was trying to

Bring Your Gifts

“You are a body with many members. We have different gifts, according to the grace given to each of us. If your gift is prophesying, then prophesy in accordance with your faith; if it is serving, then serve, if its is teaching, then teach if it is to encourage, then give encouragement, if it is giving, then give generously, if

A Time of Renewal

Whew! Another fast and furious holiday season is behind us. Yes, I know some of you are still celebrating well into and through January. Sometimes it’s just easier to put the big family stuff off until after the hoopla is over so you can slow down and really enjoy it. Fantastic.  January is a time of renewal for me. It’s

The Stuff of Stuff – A Time to Declutter

Are you feeling it? Every time I walk into a room lately, I am immediately drawn to what I can get rid of.  The book I was meaning to read and am sick of seeing next to my bed table, the top that looked so cute on the mannequin but I have no place that I ever wear sequined anything

Friendship – Bringing Intentionality to the Table

About a year ago I became aware of a book called “365 Days of Friendship” by The Ruth Experiment.  I know many of you are familiar with these empowered and inspirational ladies and probably already have a copy of this book. If not, I would recommend it. This is a book designed to create something we often forget, especially as

Love in the New Pattern

As he talked about her, I could tell he was super attached to the idea that she needed him. “I have to do this, I have to do that” “she can’t,” , etc. As he continued the stories of where he had to be there for her, take care of her, tell her what to do, and went on and

A Day of Grate-full Thanksgiving

There is an old saying, “the more you are grateful for the little things, the more little things there are to be grateful for”. Indeed. Today, more than ever, we are surrounded by things to be worried about or afraid of, but what if we shift our focus to what is now and what is true for us? I’m not