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Are You Multi-Passionate?

Are You Multi-Passionate?

You just might be multi-passionate if...   You're incredibly curious by nature.   You’ve always felt frustrated by the belief that you have to pick *one* thing to do with your life and agonize over making the right choice.   You have so many passions and worry...

Black Lives Matter – How we can learn to be better together

Black Lives Matter – How we can learn to be better together

#BlackLivesMatter I’m sharing this blog at a point in time that, as a white woman, in America, I am learning about and seeing racism in a way I hadn’t before. I share some of the lessons I’ve learned over the past few weeks, and hope to offer some insights if you too have found yourself in this space. To the beautiful  BIPOC members of our global community, I stand with you. I’m here listening and learning.

30 Things I Learned Before 30 #1: It’s Okay to Like Myself

30 Things I Learned Before 30 #1: It’s Okay to Like Myself

30 Things I Learned Before 30 (in no particular order) #1: It’s okay (and actually amazing), to like myself.  When I was in middle school my best friend at the time called me on night on a mean dare. When I answered she blurted out, “I hate you, and think you’re a...

Tips for How to Combat Boredom and Actually Finishing Projects

Tips for How to Combat Boredom and Actually Finishing Projects

“Boredom is the mind’s way of rejecting anything that lacks nutrients” – Barbara Sher For multi-passionate people, combating boredom is a legitimate problem, which is why it is important to learn what your boredom is indicating – is it time to move on or push through? When it comes to boredom, here is an important distinction to keep in mind: It’s one thing to feel the need to move on from a project, career, or hobby that you’re simply done with, for multi-passionate people this is normal and 100% okay! However, if you’re struggling to stay engaged with a project that is important to you, one that  you actually want to stick with, (maybe it’s running a business, writing a book, learning an instrument you’ve *always* wanted to play,) then you’ve got to figure out ways to push past the boredom barrier. 

What is Wedding Coaching?

What is Wedding Coaching?

I wouldn't be surprised if you've never heard of wedding coaching. I've been a life coach for the past 5 years and when I decided to start offering wedding coaching, after planning my own, I hadn't heard of a "wedding coach" either. I did some research and found out...

Do You Ever Struggle with Impostor Syndrome?

Do You Ever Struggle with Impostor Syndrome?

Have you ever experienced “Impostor Syndrome”? You know, the feeling that there is no way you are good enough, knowledgeable or experienced enough to do this thing others are trusting you to do? I’d be shocked if there is a person out there that hasn’t, at one time or...

Fall in The Hive: Wisdom from the Bees to Your Inner Hive

Fall in The Hive: Wisdom from the Bees to Your Inner Hive

Every season the bees have incredible wisdom to share and the fall is no exception. A honeybee colony's primary goal in the fall is to do everything they can to help their colony prepare for winter survival. Each and every bee has her vital role to play and each role...

What If We Could Live A Honeybee Inspired Life?

What If We Could Live A Honeybee Inspired Life?

A few weeks ago I finally cracked open a beekeeping book I got this summer, looking for some tips to help my hive as we head full on into fall. In some of my beekeeping books I skip the intro and head right to the subject in question. This time, interested in the...

Spring in the Hive: Wisdom from the Bees to Your Inner Hive

Spring in the Hive: Wisdom from the Bees to Your Inner Hive

Bees enter spring  in a mostly contracted survival state. For much of winter they have been tightly clustered together, keeping incredibly still except for the gentle pumping  of their flight muscles to generate heat, moving only when they need to eat, or care for the queen.

The “B” Word…

The “B” Word…

“I finally realized that all along I had a choice and that up until this point I had been unconsciously choosing to protect everyone else’s feelings and energy rather than my own. I was more worried about being nice, or liked, or not making others feel uncomfortable and it took a huge toll. My “peacekeeping” made everyone else feel better but I still felt crappy and invalidated and peace needs to be a two-way street. And now that I know, I simply can’t blindly do it anymore.” – Caitlin Bosshart

Beneath the Tension of Dissatisfaction Lies Potential

Beneath the Tension of Dissatisfaction Lies Potential

When I look at something less than desirable, my old beat up mailbox for example, I find myself excited by the possibility of what is COULD be, rather than what it is. I've come to appreciate the tension of dissatisfaction because it invokes creativity, wonder,...

Winter in The Hive: Wisdom from the Bees to Your Inner Hive

Winter in The Hive: Wisdom from the Bees to Your Inner Hive

For the Honeybee, winter is a time of turning inward, protecting and caring for the queen, and long periods of stillness. Even on the coldest and darkest days of the year, hidden away within their hives, the bees are still one of my greatest teachers. For most people,...

I can choose not to engage with my own thoughts…wait, what?!

Recently a brilliant woman in one of my Collective Coaching groups said something that is seemingly so simple and yet, profound. I was taking the group through a thought distancing tool I learned through my Life Coach Training and afterwards she likened the exercise...

Astigmatisms and Life Coaching: New (In)Sight

Astigmatisms and Life Coaching: New (In)Sight

What do Astigmatisms and Life Coaching have to to do with one another? Well, normally, nothing. But metaphorically speaking... I get asked all the time what Coaching is, and to be honest it can be tough to explain. The term Life Coaching encompasses so much, from...

What an Ancient Rune Taught Me About Love, Friendship and Intuition

What an Ancient Rune Taught Me About Love, Friendship and Intuition

One day during my last summer as a camper, I remember poking around the Alchemy Hut with the other girls in my cabin. During my time as a yearly summer camper, the Alchemy Hut at Geneva Glen Camp was a small cinderblock building painted with vines and purple flower...

How I Continue to Learn How to Trust Myself

How I Continue to Learn How to Trust Myself

This is quite possibly the most important, and challenging lesson I have ever learned, and one that I will likely have to relearn over and over for the rest of my life. Up to this point, what I’ve come to realize is that it’s not a question of whether or not I can...

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