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It’s never too late.

Last year at the beginning of November Mike and I decided that we were done traveling the country living out of my car. We were in Arizona and needed to get two cars, his and mine, across the country. Instead of driving in a caravan and missing out on hours of quality time together singing… Continue Reading

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Unbind your heart with Agapi and me on Glimpse TV

“The universe loved me enough not to give me what I wanted so I could find out what I really wanted.” ~Agapi Stassinopoulos The first time I remember becoming aware of Agapi Stassinopolous was when I saw a picture of her falling backwards onto a couch wearing a red dress in sheer bliss on her… Continue Reading

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Here’s what I know…

As the year tiptoes to a close (it really snuck up on me this year) I’m taking stock. And I’m making stock. (Yes, I have been cooking non-stop since Mike and I settled into our new home for the next five months. My inner Susie Homemaker has come out in full force. I’m just as… Continue Reading

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Born Funny: My Mama, Dr. Christiane Northrup, on Glimpse TV

Glimpse TV has been rocking the airwaves since June 2010 and yet, somehow, I’ve never interviewed my mother…until today! She’s not only an amazing mama, she’s also a NY Times best-selling author, has had several very successful PBS shows, and has been a guest on Oprah 10 times! But, Glimpse TV really is the big… Continue Reading

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Set yourself free from overwhelm.

I don’t know about you, but sometimes I just feel downright overwhelmed. Like this morning for example. I’m packing up all my stuff (which admittedly isn’t much) and headed back across the country for the fourth, and hopefully final, time this year. (More on this very soon – big changes afoot here on The Freedom… Continue Reading

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Open this to change the world.

Today I’m writing in about something far more serious than my usual musings on self-actualization and freedom. Or am I? I’m part of a campaign of bloggers writing today about The Girl Effect, defined on the organizations site as “The unique potential of 600 million adolescent girls to end poverty for themselves and the world.”… Continue Reading

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This is what a junkie looks like.

My friend Gabrielle Bernstein’s new book Spirit Junkie: A Radical Road to Self-Love and Miracles is out today! You have to buy the book if only to see the gorgeous, edgy, hip, hilarious, sacred creature that Gabby is, arms outstretched in a couture dress in front of a graffiti bathed wall. And then of course… Continue Reading

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