Praying in the Kitchen

May 13, 2014
When my world gets big and discombobulated, I often find myself in the moment of choice I could choose to become escalated, loud I could choose to rail against the multitude of things showing up, throwing myself on the floor in a fit of tears and terror about the enormity of it all Or I could choose to settle into a state of quiet coexistence with all that is happening around me I find myself by pulling out the cutting board Readying my ... keep reading

Permission to Accept Yourself, As You Are

May 07, 2014
I was having a conversation with myself this morning as I cooked breakfast about how we choose to show up in the world - and the different between a carefully crafted appearance vs allowing yourself to truly stand in your own light For many years, my presence in the world was that of a pre-rehearsed, glosed over and highly ambitious woman I pulled myself together I showed up I worked through things in private so that I would have an answer ... keep reading

Welcome to My New Online Space

April 28, 2014
Hey there I am so very, very excited today Welcome to my new site I have been working on this project for the last couple of months behind the scenes with the amazing, brilliant web designer and rebrand exper Evan Leah Quinn of Sixteen July, and I am overjoyed to launch it into the world today What's new (Oh I'm so glad you asked) In the shop I have created an on-demand version of 31 Days of Deserving, so you can get your deserving on ... keep reading

The Bite I Chose Not to Take

April 23, 2014
The moment was familiar to me The quickening of my heart as the plate was placed in front of me, the quiver of sweat appearing on my palms I was at one of my favorite restaurants, with some of my favorite people But in that moment, when a little plate was put in front of me with a complimentary taste from the kitchen, I was quickly pulled outside of myself - into fear, into the murky territory of holding space for myself while operating within ... keep reading

Owning Your Worth

April 15, 2014
On any given day there are a million places to transfer our worth, allowing it to slip through our tender hands and attach itself to moments that pas by Not enough food in the refrigerator unworthy Yelled at the kids for taking too long unworthy Favorite jeans really tight unworthy Bank account overdrawn unworthy Hysterically cried when I felt triggered by my partner, only to push them further away unworthy No comments or ... keep reading