Summer Beach group begins next month. Women's wisdom, summer reading, sharing in a summer open-air beach-side circle. I love these deeper conversations and the wise women who gather. Where are you drawn to grow and play this summer? What are you reading? Or what's waiting for you to dive into? Where is your Spirit of… Continue reading Summer Reading Women’s Book Club
Wisdom words of long-time friend, kindred spirit colleague, Nicole Isler: Choose your lane and stay in it. Keep your eyes on where YOU are going. It's not a competition; it's an adventure. We are living custom-designed lives--one day (or moment) at a time; traveling to destinations of our heart's desires, taking whatever roads we need… Continue reading Choose your lane
When someone at a party asks you what you do, what do you say? And how do you feel when you say it? The "So, what do you do?" question makes a lot of us look for the exit sign. I've worked with CEOs and MBAs who just dread it. Stay-at-home parents with law degrees… Continue reading What do you do?
Everyday goddess, woman with a voice, Kim Hall, is a writer, life-traveler, friend and colleague, wellness coach, motivational speaker, and author of Curves of Courage. Kim is a full-heart beautiful soul who uplifts and inspires everywhere she goes. She loves life and making up quotes. They naturally flow from her lips, along with a smile… Continue reading Kim Hall – Curves of Courage
Celia Farran is a talented singer, songwriter, shaman, comedienne. She wrote the original Everyday Goddess song and brought it to life... and inspired this site. I LOVE that Everyday Goddess shirt?! Those colors are fabulous on her. And her music.... She's a delightful, bold spirit in 'Naughty in Pink' and 'Red Alabaster and Blue.' (You… Continue reading Everyday-Goddess Celia
I’m not sure how many of you know this about me, but I am a writer beyond my blog. Besides the occasional blessing of writing for Bella Grace, and the baby book I have published, I have fourteen finished manuscripts just waiting in the wings. Yup. Fourteen! Picture books, a middle grade novel, and three-fourths […]… Continue reading A writer’s story
The capacity to take pleasure in life is no less a virtue than any other. Joy is not as simple as it appears. There are those who, whether out of fear or judgment, so habitually resist the feeling that after a while they lose the knack of being pleased altogether. Others, mistaking mastery for pleasure,… Continue reading The Virtue of Joy