A Circle That Can Hold Anything

August 13, 2014
A sacred, creative circle of women can hold anything and everything {Chris Zydel, Creative Juices Arts} When I came acros this statement on Facebook this morning, I paused for just a moment before continuing to sauté the vegetables for my frittata I remembered it when I picked up my coffee moments later By the time I sat down to write, it was welling up in my throat, tearing it's way through my body as my eyes filled with tears A sacred, ... keep reading

Body Love & Radical Self-Responsibility: Holding the Framework

July 18, 2014
In every sphere of my work, I work with women to delve into deeper and more permisive layers of chasing what lights them up I stand firm in my belief that we can orient our own personal compas in the direction of desire and trust in it's guidance But there's a caveat There are moments when we want to hold the framework for ourselves, carrying ourselves through proceses that don't exactly light us up at the moment - in the promise of ... keep reading

On Bravery in Creation

July 10, 2014
Over the next couple of months I will be sharing the sweet, brave stories of women that I admire who are doing beautiful work in the world The very first of these posts is written by the powerful and delightful Esmé Weijun Wang - so I totally adore and am really pleased to welcome to my corner of the internet  I once spent a rattling train ride in Taiwan with my mother, during which she sketched a family tree in my notebook At the end ... keep reading

What To Do When You Don’t Know What to Do

July 08, 2014
the feeling You don't know what to do You feel completely paralyzed here, your energy diffuse as it travels far away from your body into a million different directions Like hundreds of energetic threads reaching out from your body, you check your decision against the multitude of variables How will this impact me in a year Five years Ten years At the end of my life What will my mother think My partner think What will they whisper ... keep reading

Morning Rituals for Heart-Centered Entrepreneurs

July 01, 2014
Once upon a time, my mornings started like this Wake up to alarm clock set really early - even though I worked for myself, at home I would rub my eyes blearily while checking my email from my horizontal position Since I hadn't yet defined my boundaries in my busines, I would inevitably come acros email in there that made me hop out of bed in panic that I was doing everything wrong Then I would run downstairs, chug a bunch of coffee, shake ... keep reading