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How Summer Should Really Feel

The phrase jumped clean off the glossy turquoise water covered page and I realized at last what had been bugging me all morning. The popular brand rallies its customers to buy into a belief that life should feel good all the time, easy, breezy and full of color and prosperity.     We like this

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Happy Valentine’s Day To Your Soul

One week ago I stood on the edge of a beautiful ridge in Orange County, California, trying to get just the right angle with my iPhone to capture the wonder of a mountain scape at my back and an oceanic vista at my front.  Ya’ll, I’m no photographer. I couldn’t get it. But it was

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10 Ideas for Giving Meaningful Gifts

If you came to my house, you’d soon find you could read your way through it: the rooms turn like pages in a book. I didn’t mean to do this when I started out 10 years ago, it has just happened over time. If you know me now, you know I have a word-dense personality.

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Offering Hope To An Erupting Culture

Did you have a “Current Events” day in school growing up? I did, it was on Friday’s. Every Friday students were expected to bring in a clipping of a story from the newspaper. After lunch we would gather in a circle on the floor around the teacher, who sat in her seat. One by one

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How To Live In Freedom After the Fireworks Go Out

Yesterday I got lost, but not in the woods – in self-preservation. We are go for launch over here with my first book releasing September 1st. I’ve learned a painful reality of being an author in 2018. Writing a book is as similar to launching a book as flying in an airplane is to desperately

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Why You Need to Claim Your Name

This week has been a big one for our family. We made some hard decisions that were messy, but they were ones we believe were necessary in order to keep on living our meaningful life, wisely. There is nothing clean, easy and absent of pain in this life; even the events that bring incredible joy

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How Summer Should Really Feel

The phrase jumped clean off the glossy turquoise water covered page and I realized at last what had been bugging me all morning. The popular brand rallies its customers to buy into a belief that life should feel good all the time, easy, breezy and full of color and prosperity.     We like this

Read More »

Happy Valentine’s Day To Your Soul

One week ago I stood on the edge of a beautiful ridge in Orange County, California, trying to get just the right angle with my iPhone to capture the wonder of a mountain scape at my back and an oceanic vista at my front.  Ya’ll, I’m no photographer. I couldn’t get it. But it was

Read More »

10 Ideas for Giving Meaningful Gifts

If you came to my house, you’d soon find you could read your way through it: the rooms turn like pages in a book. I didn’t mean to do this when I started out 10 years ago, it has just happened over time. If you know me now, you know I have a word-dense personality.

Read More »

Offering Hope To An Erupting Culture

Did you have a “Current Events” day in school growing up? I did, it was on Friday’s. Every Friday students were expected to bring in a clipping of a story from the newspaper. After lunch we would gather in a circle on the floor around the teacher, who sat in her seat. One by one

Read More »

How To Live In Freedom After the Fireworks Go Out

Yesterday I got lost, but not in the woods – in self-preservation. We are go for launch over here with my first book releasing September 1st. I’ve learned a painful reality of being an author in 2018. Writing a book is as similar to launching a book as flying in an airplane is to desperately

Read More »

Why You Need to Claim Your Name

This week has been a big one for our family. We made some hard decisions that were messy, but they were ones we believe were necessary in order to keep on living our meaningful life, wisely. There is nothing clean, easy and absent of pain in this life; even the events that bring incredible joy

Read More »