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Let the Universe Know You Are Ready for Reinvention​

Let the Universe Know You Are Ready for Reinvention I’ve had to reinvent my life 4 separate times.  As in, my soul shattered into a million tiny pieces four separate times and I had to recreate who I was. Divorce, trauma and loss will do that to you. Each time, I scrambled around picking up the remnants of my former life, believing this would be the last time. Each time I went through a reinvention, I hoped life would become easier, and I would no longer have to suffer –

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I relish in deep conversation, especially topics that focus on the human spiritual experience.

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7 Steps to Flip This Year’s Frustrations Into Freedom

Did 2018 wring you out a bit? Me too. Like, a lot. I think we should do something about that. Let’s take a moment to make sense of a few things from this past year. It is my guess that you had some things go really right, some go surprisingly wrong, and some might still be totally unclear. Maybe something you expected to happen never happened or a relationship completely disappointed you. Or you might have found yourself considering a major life change, and you are still not sure of

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How I Found Gratitude When I Broke Free

My understanding of gratitude exploded in 2014. Besides it being the year of my spiritual awakening and the ending of my 2nd marriage . . . it was also the year that my youngest son got his life back.   When Hoyte was born in 2010, we had no idea that he would have birth defects. My world went from shaky to shattered in an hour’s time. Let me just frame what was going on in my life: I had 22-month-old twins (who were sick A LOT) I was in

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Turning a Failure into a Leap

I want to get super honest with you about the things you DON’T SEE on social media. The frustrations, the fears and the setbacks. I know you have them too, and I want you to know that you are NOT alone.   I wrestled with some huge disappoints this year, and they paralyzed me. Being frustrated with something not going the way we wanted can be a huge freaking brake pedal . . . or it can be a big pump of gas to get us going in a new

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7 Girlfriends, a Beach House & an Osprey

I am home from a girls’ trip to Sanibel Island, FL where my dear friend, Ally, hosted us in a beautiful, sprawling house on a cove, tucked inside a nature preserve. There were 7 of us, all carrying different histories, personalities and pursuits. We each had preferences on wake-up times, music, heel height, meat, men and bathing suits. I had not been on a girls’ trip like this in ages where we shared a house with no kids, no agenda and no poolside staff. (We got our own drinks, thank

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When My Soul Split Open

“Sometimes when things are falling apart, they may actually be falling into place.” ~Unknown I have learned to trust that even when things feel unbearable, and my heart is broken in two, the pain I am experiencing somehow catapults me into a place a greater strength, wisdom and clarity than where I was before. Life did not turn out the way I planned when I was 13, 22 or 40. Life gave me beautiful blessings along the way, but inevitably, I found myself being stripped of those things I clung

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Choosing to Fly

I was flying back from spring break with my kids, descending through the clouds back into Atlanta. My littlest, Hoyte, was in the window seat next to me, and we stared out at the puffy white clouds. As the plane dipped inside them, and we could see nothing but white. “Look at that, Hoyte – we are in the clouds! You know, the pilots see the same thing we do up front – a TOTAL WHITE OUT. They can’t see anything in front of them.” Hoyte sat up, staring, “Really?”

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