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Change Requires Courage

Change Requires Courage

Last weekend, I had a beautiful, wonderful time at SparkPortland in the company of some amazing women. We listened. We showed up. We inspired. We spoke our deepest secrets and we were heard. We were human with each other. We...

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Simple and Sweet

Simple and Sweet

When I set out on my home-buying journey, I said aloud many times: I want someone to buy my home who appreciates all the love and care to the things I've done, and I want that in return. And I got it! I found my house. Plus, it's in the coastal mountains north of...

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I want to talk about selling

I want to talk about selling

I want to talk about selling. You might be surprised to hear that coming from me because I rarely embraced selling in the past. But I’ve been doing it so much lately, and it turns out I’m learning a lot. A few months ago, I made the decision to get rid of some things...

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Why Do We Fear Creativity?

Why Do We Fear Creativity?

Why do we fear creativity? Everyone is a creative being. Creativity is central to how we function in the world. You do not have to be an artist to be creative; you only need to be open to the creative flow. But fear blocks that flow. It’s similar to resistors in...

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Broken?

Broken?

Sometimes the universe shouts something so loudly, you just can’t ignore it. Two weeks ago, I broke my finger. To be more specific, I chipped and fractured the bone right above the middle knuckle of the middle finger on my left hand. I've never broken a bone before...

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She Let Herself Go.

She Let Herself Go.

She let herself go. She let her self go. She let her self go! Such a statement, right? It can be interpreted in so many ways. Of course, the sentiment usually refers to women “relaxing” about their body image when they age or after they get married. It may imply we...

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Joy in the Granola

Joy in the Granola

How many times do we go through our days and miss the joy in most of it? My granddaughter Claire shares joy so easily. It’s amazing how at three-years-old she constantly finds joy in the smallest, simplest things. I brought her granola when I came to visit, and she...

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Goals… Love them? Hate them?

Goals… Love them? Hate them?

I have a love/hate relationship with the word goals. Do you ever set a big goal for yourself and then feel negatively when you don’t make it? That’s why I struggle to set big goals for myself. Or have you ever “set” goals for yourself at a coaching retreat that feel...

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What I Know For Sure

What I Know For Sure

Everyone’s an expert in something, but sometimes when we’re called on to share our expertise, we blank. It happens to the best of us. I’ve been writing a book on my area of expertise: the intersection of design and healing. To help me kick off my writing journey, I...

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Staying Safe in Invisibility

Staying Safe in Invisibility

{Content warning: vulnerability, rape} Everyone who struggles with visibility has experienced something that has disempowered them. This is mine. I remember parts of that day so clearly. It was a beautiful spring Saturday in San Mateo—bright blue skies and a gentle...

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