Posts in mindset
Minimize Excess & Maximize Joy

We humans can often become focused on the search for something more. Maybe we’re looking for more meaning in our lives, dream jobs, relationships.   Many times when we are not quite “there,” we are not content. So how do we fill this void?WE BUY STUFF, and lots of it. As much as I hate to admit it, I am guilty of this myself.

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How to Manifest Like a Badass

I was out for a run yesterday in the brisk New England cold air. The wind was biting and I was thanking my lucky stars for whomever invented fleece-lined running tights. As I crunched through the icy bits on the shoulder, I looked up at the giant trees and the windy road ahead and had a flashback of a time when living here was nothing but a dream.

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Seize The Storm

“It’s going to snow again?!” “Ugh! Why do I live in New England?” “I can’t stand the cold.” These are real words I hear from many at this time of year, especially with all the snow we just got. We can’t control the weather, so what can we do to turn this bitter cold into a sweet one?

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Digital Detox Survival Guide

Ok! So you are considering a Digital Detox, good for you! We want to unplug from our phone and plug into the conversations right in front of us.  Instead of looking down at our phones, we want to look up and make eye contact with the real-live-breathing-amazing individuals right in front of us. We created a Survival Guide to help you through this Digital Detox.

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7 Signs That You Could Use A Digital Detox

If you are reading this hunched over your phone, or toggling between Instagram, Facebook, your to do list and the ping of a text message...we are talking to you, (yes you!) with your phone primed to catch the next epic photo, or respond to your email.  Learn the 7 signs that you need a digital detox.

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Visibility Through Self Care

In the work that I do as a Spiritual Mentor and Yoga Teacher, there’s a common issue that arises again and again with my female clients (especially moms).  It’s a lingering sense and sometimes desperate fear that they’ve somehow “lost” themselves.

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I Love to Run

I love to run—and after not running for 18 years after high school, I began to run in 2010 after watching my oldest son Gustave experience his own joy when he laced up his shoes. You cannot teach that kind of joy. All you can do is stand back, shed a few tears and marvel when someone finds something they not only love, but excel at doing.

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5 Steps to Badass Status

When we announced the Bring A Badass event, I was a bit surprised by how many people said how great the event sounded ... "B U T, I'm not a badass."  It's funny how we do this. We hear a word, or a title, or a description, and we immediately disqualify ourselves. Adventurer. Leader. Beautiful. Badass. Entrepreneur. Successful. Worthy. Who am I to be these things?

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