Category Archives: Family

Maybe Baby?

I got an email several months ago from leadership, relationship, and team coach Randi Buckley asking me if I would be willing to share my thoughts on having kids with her for a new coaching program she was cooking up. I immediately LOVED the concept and it made my cells buzz: The MAYBE BABY Program-Continue Reading

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The most important question to ask when embarking on something new.

I have a really big appetite for food, but even more so for life. A day where I’m scheduled within minutes of my life is my idea of heaven. When I headed out on The Freedom Tour on February 2nd this year, my eyes were wide, the road was open and the sky was big.Continue Reading

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The youngest guest ever to grace Glimpse TV

Today’s episode of Glimpse TV features my youngest, smallest, and quite possibly, most adorable guest ever on Glimpse TV. We happen to share 50% of our genetic makeup and oddly, some bizarre human talents. Tune in to find out what they are, to find out why mud and blindfolds are so much fun, and toContinue Reading

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On nausea and clarity: Somewhat daily video, May 9, 2011

Join Kate on The Freedom Tour at www.comebefree.com. Fresh off a five-hour plane ride where I had to get escorted off in a wheelchair, I’m letting you in on what I’ve been up to on this whirlwind weekend to NYC. Tune it to find out what nausea has to do with clarity, the special wayContinue Reading

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The exact equation for financial freedom: Daily Video #3: April 25, 2011

Join Kate Northrup Moller on The Freedom Tour at www.comebefree.com. Today’s video is about the true meaning of financial freedom. I give you the equation of exactly how to get it and why your becoming financially free will make the world a better place. Let me know what financial freedom means to you!Continue Reading

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I never thought I would do this…

A meeting that didn’t quite go as planned. Last February I sat across from my mom’s literary agent, Ned Leavitt, at lunch. I had scheduled the lunch to ask him questions about the publishing world as I was beginning to get a hankering to write a book. And that’s what we talked about…for the mostContinue Reading

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Why accidentally erasing my hard drive might be the best thing that ever happened to me

I talk a lot about things happening for a reason, the grand master plan of the Universe, synchronicity, and the overall meant-to-be or not-meant-to-be-ness of life. And it’s pretty easy to stay on my fairy dust and sparkles train when everything is going smoothly, I’m meeting the right people, cash flow is good, and I’mContinue Reading

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What you can do every morning and evening to feel more vibrant: Glimpse TV with Maddy Vertenten

There are so many reasons why I love Maddy Vertenten of Vibrant One, starting from the fact that she’s also a native Mainer, stopping in the middle at the fact that she’s one of the best, most perceptive listeners I’ve ever met, and ending with the fact that she couldn’t be more adorable. (This isContinue Reading

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The one thing you can do right now to feel free…or Why Janis Joplin was onto something.

Letting go is scary. The thing about letting go is that it’s scary. Even if we’re not completely thrilled with what we’ve got already, at least we know what we can expect with it. Even if holding on means living a bit smaller than we know we’re capable of, not being quite as happy asContinue Reading

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Home is not a place: belonging, security, freedom, and the meaning of indefinite.

I’ve been thinking a lot about home lately. I’ve just put my apartment on the market and am preparing to say goodbye to the 450-square-foot studio I’ve called home for the past five years. I’m ruthlessly getting rid of most of my stuff over the next two to three months (inspired by The Shed Project)Continue Reading

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