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SOMETIMES THE THINGS YOU SAY NO TO ARE GREAT: REFINING YOUR YESES AND NOS

:: sometimes the things you say no to are great: refining your yeses and nos :: i’m a big fan of following the yeses that we’ve been told to ignore or avoid and in order to have spaces for those yeses, we need to speak some intentional nos, too sometimes it’s easy to know where our best nos should go  […]

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PROBLEM SOLVING FOR PEACE INSTEAD OF PERFECTION (LESSONS FROM MY LAUNDRY)

:: problem solving for peace instead of perfection (lessons from my laundry) ::   does anyone even use collapsible clothes-drying racks anymore? not sure if mine makes me more old maid or college kid, but for the past month or two (or maybe it’s been more like five, pandemic time-melt is real), it’s been straight up kicking my ASS. it’s made […]

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INTUITION-DRIVEN LIVING, TELEVISION WISDOM + THE JUICE

ever find yourself sitting in front of the tv or your laptop, numbly scanning from one streaming service to the next, feeling like even with the almost absurd amount of choices in front of you, there’s still nothing “good” to watch? what if you were to take the fact that nothing was catching your fancy as a cue — not […]

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THE CASE AGAINST INSPIRATION? ?

:: the case against inspiration? :: As a coach, teacher and writer, I know I *should* be in love with it, but sometimes inspiration really rubs me the wrong way.  I don’t like the way inspiration is often (if largely unintentionally) wielded.  It can carry with it a sense of othering that I don’t appreciate, imply a lack of worthiness […]

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