This past week has been incredible. Like a roller coaster by the seashore, I have had ups and downs amidst sunlight, sandy grit, and salt water. I have been forced to face one of my deepest fears, and I have been surrounded in love in a way I never thought I would. Like I said, Ups and Downs. Downs and Ups. The best part of all of it is the renewed understanding that I have survived. I didn't die. I'm going to repeat that: I didn't die. My deepest fear came to the surface, AND I DIDN'T DIE. I was...
Adversity finds all of us. Even when we ignore it. Even when we say, "I'll get to that tomorrow. I just can't today." And especially when we say that 1000 times. Yep. They got me on Friday. I have been putting off something important for a long time out of my fear, and Friday it came to an abrupt climax. Today I began to really wrap my head around what happened, so tomorrow I will address something I should've handled months ago. I've run the roller coaster of emotions, but as I am coming back into the station after this...
I talked with one of my best friends this morning, and for Lent, she has given up alcohol. She commented that she's really feeling fatigued, so she is starting her smoothie routine again. She also is adding liquid vitamin supplements to them for an extra boost of nutrition. I agree with all of that, but I was still unsettled with her fatigue. A few hours later, it came to me. Her body's natural detoxification process needs support. So I texted her my Detox-Support Ginger Lemon Tea recipe. Click here for details. It was really fun sending her that after having...
Today started a bit bumpy for me. I awoke with the word "Baptism" in my everything (consciousness, spirit, mind, etc.), and it was both soothing and haunting. Then, I had an important meeting, that while I trusted it would go as it should, I was still nervous. I was reviewing and renegotiating a deal with someone I work with, and our previous meetings have not always been conflict-free. So even though I'd decided to allow for whatever, I was still a tinge nervous. The Unknown is still unknown even if you're willing to accept it. Thankfully, all my interactions of...
Today I had a coaching call with one of my private clients. It was a great call. She brought honesty to the table, meaning, she was honest with me because she was honest with herself. In less than one hour, she went from feeling ready to make drastic changes based in negative feelings to remembering the goals to which she is committed. I helped her see what she was really feeling, and together, we discussed a strategy for her to try between now and her next appointment. But none of that would've been possible without her being present and honest. That's...
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