Category Archives: Gratitude

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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Loosening the Bible Belt

From bubble to bubble. In early March I left the Boulder bubble of people who mostly think like me (spiritual, but not religious, into greens and free-range eggs, yoga, the mind-body connection) and I drove a total of 1900 miles to and from another bubble of fringy thinking, Austin, TX. In a city whose slogan… Continue Reading

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Come see me to prevent financial disaster [Video]

Today marked the first leg of The Freedom Tour that I’ve done on my own. I drove 441 miles from Boulder, CO to Amarillo, TX. It felt so good to look at so much sky and open space. It’s so much easier to see possibilities for ourselves when there’s so much open space to look… 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 most… Continue Reading

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