When I turned on the news and heard that David Bowie had died, I did a double-take, positive that I’d heard it wrong. And then for a split second I thought it must be a hoax. But then I realized the tone of the anchor’s delivery and realized no, it’s true. David Bowie dead. Long
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In late 2014, I started gearing up for an intense 60-day fitness challenge with a trainer. (Stick me with on this one – the food talk that follows is going somewhere, I promise.) I’d been going to the gym for a couple of years and by the end of 2014 had decided that I wanted
Start a business. Write a book. Quit a life-draining job. Travel the world. What are the things you really want to do, but feel like you can’t quite take the leap? How are you waiting to express yourself? What do you feel you are hiding from the world? What needs to finally be set free?
First, I’ll get this out of the way: This is not a post about how to leave a job that you’re not happy in. I know a lot of people out there are wondering what the secret is to success on their own terms, and whether it can happen fast – as in right now.
A theme that’s been coming up a lot in my tarot readings lately is a (gentle) warning against sending mixed messages to the universe. A mixed message happens when we’re clear on what we want, or don’t want, but instead of aiming our efforts in the direction we know we need to go in, our