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Category Archives: Love

TGFI (Thank God For Internet): Volume 19

TGFI (Thank God For Internet): Volume 19

We are not only what we eat, we are all that we consume. We are so fortunate to have so much information available, but discernment in what we feed our brains is paramount to producing good ideas, and to being open enough to understanding the experiences of others.  So here is where I hope to serve yourContinue Reading

I Am Not a Weight Loss Coach

I Am Not a Weight Loss Coach

I am not a weight loss coach. But, sometimes my clients lose weight. Sometimes they also change jobs. And leave marriages. Sometimes, they clean out their closets and *that* changes their lives. Shit happens in coaching. Weight loss is never the ultimate outcome. Health, peace of mind, freedom, and (in my practice) the ability toContinue Reading

Going Back into Prison: Salvation + Service

Going Back into Prison: Salvation + Service

The wind was howling and it was supposed to rain that day. The storm they predicted was the kind where everyone lines up for water and prepares for power outages, but the sun was so bright I took my jacket off at the gas station. I’d forgotten to wear deodorant and I was already startingContinue Reading

My Current Favorite Health Products + Practices

My Current Favorite Health Products + Practices

As we move through the seasonal and governmental transitions (for my US pals) – on top of our already stupidly stressful, albeit gorgeous, lives – we need all the help we can get. Here’s a list of health tools that I love – and use –  enough to support, advocate, affiliate, provide and present to YOU.   LifeContinue Reading

Your Unseen Efforts + Staying Sane

Your Unseen Efforts + Staying Sane

A few Sundays ago, my son came into my room and told me he was craving biscuits and gravy with a side of bacon. My eyes were barely open. “Where do you want to go?” I asked him. “I don’t know where the best place is.” He said. “Well, did you google it?” “No.” ::::my mindContinue Reading

Depression, Anxiety, and Addiction Are Not the Enemy

Depression, Anxiety, and Addiction Are Not the Enemy

Depression, anxiety, and addiction stuff are still a large and living part of my daily story. No matter how much positive thinking, personal development, self care, meditation, medication, exercise, acupuncture, and acts of service. These things are part of the fabric of who I am.     Mindfulness, treatment, and healthy choices soften and easeContinue Reading

From Health Coach to Freedom Coach… it begins

From Health Coach to Freedom Coach… it begins

For over five years now, I’ve been a Health Coach. I work from home! Flexible schedule! Location independent!   It’s an incredible way to make a living. I feel so lucky. Also, it’s not all luck. I worked my ever-loving ass off. I made something out of nothing. I hustled my way into having credentialsContinue Reading

What Prison Taught Me About Freedom

What Prison Taught Me About Freedom

One of the biggest takeaways I got from spending two years in a federal prison for ecstasy distribution were: PTSD and a decade-long guilt cycle about leaving my (now fourteen-year-old) baby boy. Prison is awful from start to finish, but as these things go, I also got away with a few insights.   (And allContinue Reading

Tips + Tricks for Savvy Introverts Part 2: Recovery

Tips + Tricks for Savvy Introverts Part 2: Recovery

SO YOU LEFT THE HOUSE AND TALKED TO OTHER PEOPLE. Best case scenario, you had an amazing time that exceeded your expectations and reminded you that going out into the world can be a richly rewarding experience! Worst case scenario, you never want to leave the house again. Last week I posted a bunch ofContinue Reading

Room To Breathe. Permission To Grieve.

Room To Breathe. Permission To Grieve.

In high school in Spokane, Washington, our friend Gabe went missing one night after a party. He was last seen stumbling towards home in a soft snowfall, lightly blanketing the yards, the leftover jack-o’-lanterns, and collecting on the tops of mailboxes. The snow fell for days after, accumulating thick and high around our boots, clingingContinue Reading

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