Friends, I have another gift for you because I have TWO books coming out soon! To celebrate, I’m offering something special when you preorder a copy or copies of Morning Affirmations: 200 Phrases for an Intentional and Openhearted Start to Your Day. This book is out in stores (and on your doorstep) on December 25th, 2018 — Christmas Day! Keep reading to find out how you can get your Inner Light Manifesto for a limited time!
Friends, I have a real treat for you! With my new book coming out in January, I wanted to offer you something special if you preordered a copy or copies. The book: Sleep Rituals: 100 Practices for a Deep and Peaceful Sleep. Keep reading and find out how to get this exclusive Inner Peace Manifesto for you and your friends!
Sometimes the best thing you can do is not analyze or obsess over the details of “how” and “why” and, instead, let yourself be: nothing more, nothing less. Real rest breathes space into your life so that you can work better, play better, think better, and love better. (You need it.)
I am a sensitive soul and I love my coffee. If I don’t drink the “right” coffee, however, my stomach will let me know. If your belly notices every little disturbance in the Force, too, I think you’ll appreciate this healthy coffee recipe. It’s actually a maple latte (so good) inspired by a recent trip to Maine and my newfound love for functional mushrooms.
Instead of waiting for the requests and demands of the day (and others) to define how you live today, shape your own identity. Morning questions is a potent practice that might only take you a few minutes, but practicing deliberately and consistently, with a passion greater than persuasion, will breed clarity, guide you to live more authentically, and allow self-trust to take root.
You get to define what self-care means to you. These self-care affirmations are open-ended invitations to imagine – and start living into – all the ways that serve your personal best.
Balance isn’t about perfect harmony all of the time but learning to identify patterns that bring about unbalances and to continuously be aligning your head and heart. To encourage your patient evolution and explorations: these quotes about balance.
These affirmative thoughts are in honor of the kinds of changes that we absolutely must initiate and follow because they are what’s best for us. When change is in the air, especially when it comes to changing priorities for the sake of peace, let yourself flow into a new season of life with enthusiasm and curiosity.
Before (or after) you find yourself answering the requests of the world, ask your own self what it is you could do today to be at home within yourself. A center of inner peace is strengthened through mindful attention—leave it up to everyone else, and that peace seems little far-fetched. That’s what coming home to yourself feels like: a peaceful strength, a sanctuary.
Beautiful people don’t just “still exist”—they are everywhere. You can even be one to yourself (one of the best ways to be good to others). To help you out a bit, I’m sharing some love-based things to tell yourself that your heart probably needs to hear (I know mine does).
In the most loving way, there are things I am not sorry for and conscious self-loving decisions I feel compelled to share with you today. Maybe you will find a few things you don’t have to be sorry for too.
Sitting all day is just not what we’re meant to do. (Sigh.) This is why, as a writer who sits more than my body would like, I’m sharing some truly simple ideas to inspire healthier habits and rev up your level of joy and vibrancy on a daily basis. These desk job health tips are from my personal practice, offered up with love and understanding.