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Inside the planner there was the Law of Attraction Roadmap: 8 steps to design your dream life. I was excited! 
This past January I had the great fortune to gather with an amazing group of seven strong and spiritually powerful women as part of a book club. This book club is not your traditional book club. There was no reading before-hand and no gathering with wine and snacks. The book that we studied was the Law of Attraction Life and Success planner. In essence, it is a 12-month Personal Journal to help...
Spring means summer is just around the corner, with its hot days when we can lounge at the beach, jump in the waves, play golf or ride our bikes, and enjoy barbecues under southern Delaware’s colorful sunsets and star-covered skies.
The fourth of May reminded me of the Emily Dickenson poem, “A Light Exists in Spring:” “A Light exists in Spring Not present on the Year At any other period —" The temperatures that morning rose into the 70s as the sun’s rays lit up the skies, even as threatening clouds moved toward each other. The rays warmed the grass and the deciduous trees and bushes that had finally turned a lush, new green....
Journaling Take 2
This is Part Two of a six-part journey into journaling. To start with Part One, click here. Allow Journaling to Grow With You Welcome back! Hopefully you are returning after having a successful first month of journaling. This month, I want to focus on how journaling can change over time and how it can grow with you – if you allow it. We Constantly Change, So Should Our Journal My practice of...
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Witnessing the connection between a mother and child fills my heart with warmth. When I take the time to pause and simply observe a mom connecting with her child or children with her nurturing presence, something inside me softens and I feel expansion in my body. There is something so pure when I’m able to sense into that unconditional love. I’m going to be completely honest in this blog and have...
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Your First Step to Reducing Plastic at Home When plastic was created, it took America and the world by storm. What a great material – it doesn’t break, shred, rip, or scratch. It can stretch over food containers, it can freeze, it can fall off the table and not shatter – it’s every homeowner’s dream. Right? Wrong. While plastic is extremely useful, it is also pretty harmful for the environment....
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We are in a day and age when we are bombarded by an overwhelming amount of information, which can often be confusing and conflicting… especially when it comes to various health and wellness topics. When it comes to healthy eating, there are a multitude of different effective approaches or “diets”… but my philosophy is to keep it simple and go BACK TO BASICS. What does this mean, exactly? Eat real...