Personal Development

Letter to Me…

If you had a chance to write a letter to your younger adult self, what would you say? I have found this to be a very powerful exercise for healing the limiting beliefs and unhealthy thought patterns that have dug in deep. What wisdom or information would you pass along? What warnings would you give? ...

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Balance

. Self-reflective practices such as meditation allow us to see not only how we are responsible for our own feelings (others really can’t “make us feel” anything), but also how whatever we may be experiencing as a feeling or belief is a choice that we are making in that ...

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Why Self-Love Matters…

I talk about self-love a lot. Getting to the bottom of what self-love truly means wasn't easy at all and unlocking that has probably the most important work I have ever done for myself. The funny thing is, I thought for sure I DID love myself! Turns out I had it wrong. I've spent the past many ...

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Change The Way You Think

As is always said in the photography world, it’s “all about the light.” Beginners quickly realize how important lighting is on any subject, whether they’re photographing the Grand Canyon, or their child’s face. Light can make your subject amazing, or totally not, depending. And sometimes, when we’re ...

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Love Thyself

“If you love yourself, you’re selfish.” That’s what I always heard. I wasn’t mature enough to know that was her own pain talking. I just believed it. When I took the time to finally try to understand my fears, heal my limiting beliefs (ongoing, by the way), stop people pleasing for approval, ...

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Sea Glass Inspiration

Broken glass both sharp and fragile  surviving rip tides and  traveling depths unknown Shattered. Abandoned. Exiled in icy waters - each piece must tumble alone. Jagged edges soften, get rounder, new shapes form. A protective coating grows. Transformed by time and mother nature, shards ...

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