Mercy Now. Self-Compassion in the Age of Anxiety

Mercy Now. Self-Compassion in the Age of Anxiety

”Every living thing could use a little mercy now….. We hang in the balance dangle ‘tween hell and hallowed ground. And every single one of us could use some mercy now.” — Mercy Now by Mary Gauthier I was reminded of this song on writer Glennon Doyle’s Instagram...
Stay awkward! No, really.

Stay awkward! No, really.

Some weeks are messy. If you’re trying something new, it’s messy and awkward at first and often feels impossible. There are weeks as a teacher and writer that I feel like a 2-year-old learning to speak so others can understand me. I’m feeling it in some ways this...
What Is Truly Self-Care?

What Is Truly Self-Care?

I am on a mission to expand the modern-day definition of self-care because it is something we all so desperately need in our everyday life. There’s a whole self-care industrial complex that has sprung up over the last few years to convince us that self-care means...
Letting Curiosity Lead

Letting Curiosity Lead

C U R I O S I T Y ✨ I’ve been thinking about it as a thread that leads us into our own path. Curiosity invites in the mystery of life. We can’t always explain what draws us to something and often we only know once we follow our curiosity through. ✨ I snapped this pic...

Finding A Way Forward

I remember in my 20s wishing I could live a multitude of lives. It seemed like I would need to live more than one so that I could experience all the different possibilities I wondered about. What would it be like to live in California? What about New York City? I was...