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The day I thought would never come has arrived. This the end of In My Sacred Space.
I’m actually not as good at vulnerability as you probably think I am. Here’s why.
Eighteen months ago, I abruptly shuttered my business as a marketing, business, and branding consultant for tech startups. Here’s why.
Reflections and ruminations about self-destructive behavioral patterns and how they affect interpersonal relationships, particularly those of a romantic nature.
A cathartic personal expression of my own abandonment wound.
I realized a while ago that material success is an ego trap. A shiny distraction from what really matters.
The current “Body Positive” movement has one gigantic flaw and I’m about to rip into it today.
God knows I love a good fixer upper project. I’m the queen of the come up, and I’ll turn another man’s trash into treasure all day err’ day. This excellent, innovative ability to see untapped potential, revitalize and make use out of broken or unwanted things takes a turn for the worst in other parts of my personality, when I try to revitalize and make use out of broken people.
I had a past life memory recall this week and it was by far the most intense metaphysical experience I’ve ever had, and maybe the most epic love story I’ve ever witnessed.
Creating deep, meaningful relationships was a major goal of mine when I moved to New York. I picked quite the challenging city for it, but I seem to be figuring it out, and I think what I’m discovering is something that’s needed here, of all places.
I’ve always been fascinated with how accurately (or inaccurately) people perceive me and whether or not I present myself as I actually am. Today I’ve got a little exercise for you to help me find out.
SURPRISE! You get another blog post. I’m not going to lie, this is probably one of my favorites that I’ve written to date.
Healing is not a linear process, but rather, an upward spiral of sorts. You process things cyclically and each time it comes around, you peel back another layer and get closer to your core. That’s certainly been true for me over the last several months, and I do feel like I’m starting to reach the pinnacle of it all. Finally.
Stress will fuck you up. Here’s the number it’s done on me.
This won’t surprise some of you, as you may have guessed it from things I’ve written over the last three or four years, but I’ve never said it outright. It’s something I had to settle into internally, and then slowly, my life shifted to match (as within, so without… you know the drill).
I posted this to my Facebook group already, but thought it was worth sharing (and adding to) for the blog. This is going to sound really silly to some of you, I’m sure, but I just reached a really big personal care milestone.
Life can change in an instant. This time last year, mine looked very different.
I’m still alive 🙂 Just popping in for a few 2017 reflections.
Hindsight is always 20/20 and the signs and syncs we receive along the way often make sense further down the road. I’m starting to see how mine are playing out and how trust in the universe is paramount.
When Sunday brunch turns into an all-day bar crawl therapy session like the Friday night before, you just go with it.
I’m starting to find some stability and it’s such a relief.
The universe sends me messages disguised as messages for others. Are you looking for purpose? Here’s how to find it.
A new week, a new self realization. Eventually I’ll shake it all out. Additionally, I’m giving away 10 free spots in the next round of my dream course – check out the post for details on how one of those can be you!
Things in my world are still changing rapidly. I’m still learning to let go of the old me, piece by piece. Here’s what’s on the cutting block this week, plus a small request.
My self-destructive tendencies began to rear their ugly heads mid-last week and slowly gain momentum, coming to a head yesterday. Feelings of doubt, uncertainty and unworthiness made themselves abundantly known. Do you think you ever truly get over certain issues, or do you just learn how to cope with them?
Unless you’ve been in my Facebook group for a while, you’ve probably never heard me talk much about my dad. Today, you get to peek behind the curtain. What you’re going to see isn’t pretty.
The Universe works in mysterious ways. It presents you with opportunities, but the question is, will you follow them, or will you think yourself out of it?
I feel weird. Like, really weird.
My first uber-uncomfortable subway experience, what happened when I told someone I was a psychic, and other thoughts and feelings on my first week in NYC.
An update on my new adventure.
Some days you just feel fucked. Fucked up in the head, like you’re the biggest asshole on the planet, and totally alone. I’m not going to lie, most days, lately, I feel like I’ve been hit in the stomach with a baseball bat, yet somehow manage to stay standing. If I didn’t say it in my last blog post, this is the hardest fucking thing I’ve ever done in my life, and it feels like I’m totally alone.
My life is changing in a big way and I wanted to tell you about it.
I was thinking the other day that anyone who is just reading my blog here probably doesn’t know a whole lot about me other than what you’ve read on my about page, which doesn’t even really talk about me at all. I suppose I did it that way on purpose because I don’t really like talking about myself, but, I suppose part of the allure of becoming addicted to a blog is actually getting to know the person who’s writing it, yes?
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