7 Questions to Ask When You’re Feeling Jealous

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“People want you to be happy.Don't keep serving them your pain! If you could untie your wingsand free your soul of jealousy, you and everyone around youwould fly up like doves.” -- Rumi  Sometimes I get jealous of other people. Other writers. Other coaches. Other humans, both online and in person. I have moments of … Continue reading 7 Questions to Ask When You’re Feeling Jealous

I Wish You Rainbows: A Prayer for Self Acceptance

May you find your rainbow, your miracle, your peace in the fog today.

Today I wish you rainbows. I wish you the bravery to take a deep breath and forgive yourself for being so you, so human, so beautiful and sacred and perfect and fallible and messy all at one. I wish you the fierceness to show up for your life. To accidentally talk too much. To say … Continue reading I Wish You Rainbows: A Prayer for Self Acceptance

Three Steps to Find Your Voice

Have you ever scrambled around trying to find your glasses, only to realize twenty minutes later they were perched on your head the whole time? Finding your creative voice feels that way too. You search, you wonder, you pray, you take classes, you read every trending article about how to find your voice... until you … Continue reading Three Steps to Find Your Voice

People Want to Support You

Have you ever thought about just how supported you are? Let’s take a moment to inhale, exhale, and consider this in full color: Have you thought about every single human who has ever complimented you, appreciated you, admired you from afar? Have you thought about how many people have ever “liked” your facebook status, prayed … Continue reading People Want to Support You

Your Art Is Not Meant For Everybody

Your art is not meant for everybody. Some people just aren't going to like it. And the sooner you can accept this + embody this + embrace this, the sooner you can move past the clawing fear of being criticized. Let people have their own opinions and preferences. It's not worth an ounce of your … Continue reading Your Art Is Not Meant For Everybody