Posts in Self-Help
Let it Bend Before it Breaks

I was recently trimming a dying rosemary bush and was reminded of a song by Brandi Carlile, called Bend Before it Breaks. The dead branches were hard and impossible to cut with my pruners. They didn’t bend. I could only break them. The living branches were supple and easy to bend. Some were in between – they had a choice of which direction to take.

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Being is the New Doing

In our fast-paced society, we are constantly going, going, going and doing, doing, doing. After a while, it can be confusing and uncomfortable when your typical efforts just leave you spinning your wheels. Suddenly, the usual distractions aren’t distracting enough and you are forced to slow down and look inward.

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The Truth About Trust

If I were to ever get a tattoo of a word, it would be Trust, right on my forearm to remind myself daily. But trust who? God, myself, others? Trust is a tricky topic and there’s a lot more to it than you might think. You may find it difficult to trust the Universe or other people, but the real challenge comes down to trusting yourself.

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The Fear of Empty Space

The predominant emotion in today’s culture is feeling overwhelmed. Most people complain about not having enough time in their day or space in their home. Our life is cluttered with time clocks, technology, and trying to maintain it all with our home reflecting this back to us. This is why we are undergoing a cultural clutter epidemic. But it’s not really about our stuff. It’s about what our stuff is covering up.

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Bribing The Writer Within

A copyrighter, a blogger, an emailer, a screenwriter, an author, or anyone who puts intention behind words, is a writer. We are all writers. After all, it is the most basic form of communication behind speaking.So why is it so damn hard to sit down and just do it?

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