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I have been writing since I could hold a pen, so being a journal keeper comes naturally to me! In my Inspired Girl blog, I share bits of my heart with random thoughts on loving life, learning from lemons, and being saved by grace.

Lessons from My Little Man and COVID-19

Last night after a game of Monopoly with the kiddos, my little man and I were hanging on the couch. He turned to me, with wide eyes starting to well with tears. “Mommy, why are they letting people die?” My heart cracked. We have been talking openly with both of them,...

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Thoughts on Ripples, Fear, and Love

Last night I took our kiddos and their friends on a trip to NYC to see Be More Chill. It was so awesome. What I want to share (because I was / am still processing it all) was what happened immediately following the show. The kids wanted to meet the stars of the show,...

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Time. Time. Time.

Last night I was moving over some content from my blog to my website and I found a link to an article where I was interviewed for Forbes about my first book years ago (link in comments). We specifically talked about my thoughts on time management. It’s funny because I...

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Motivation, Inspiration, Stillness, and Motion

I was speaking with a new client awhile back, and she expressed her frustration with staying motivated. She said she would always “start” something all kinds of gung ho, but then eventually lose steam, get frustrated, and go back to her old ways. And, it wasn’t just...

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Thoughts on Manifesting

A new client asked me the other day if I believed in manifesting. She told me she has been “trying to manifest” but hit a wall, and is unsure if it’s even possible. I remember back in 2014, I was looking for a street on a delivery. I took a wrong turn and found this...

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The What, The How, and Absolute Certainty

I got this beautiful card in the mail yesterday from my dear friend Marta that reads on the front “Soaring is never boring...” , and the words just spoke to my heart. I have been thinking a lot about this, because seeing people soar lights up my heart so much. I think...

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Throwing Down Your Anchor

So I began an exercise called ‘Identifying Your Anchors’ with a client yesterday and she asked me, “What’s an anchor?” And so I turned the question back on her, “You tell me. What is an anchor?” And she laughed and said, “You mean like, for real?” I nodded and smiled....

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3 Lessons from the Jussie Smollett Case

The news is everywhere. If you didn’t know Jussie Smollett’s name two months ago, you certainly do now. What started as a message of strength, resilience, and unity quickly turned into thoughts on greed, division, and deceit. But if there’s anything good that can come...

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Reflecting on 2018

Listening to the kiddos play and laugh and enjoy these last few hours of 2018 with their friends and my heart is very full. This year we had 2 major moves - our home and our business, neither of which were really planned out, both happened pretty fast. But both moves...

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So, one of my favorite things in the whole world is cozy, lounge around the house foot gear. I love love love comfy socks. And, all of my slippers are lined with soft material. I have a theory – happy feet = happy soul. This theory is based on my personal experience...

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Early AM (Random) Thought: The soul at peace does not find fault in our humanness, but rather accepts our weaknesses, lifts us up to our potential, and forgives our mistakes because the soul at peace sees God through our cracks and sees himself in us … What am I even...

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"Even after all this time The Sun never says to the Earth, “You owe me.” Look what happens with a love like that, it lights the whole sky.” ~ Hafiz Back in high school, a few of my friends and I went to Great Adventure. Oh what a fun day it was! Great Adventure had a...

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Lessons from a Flea Circus

Early AM (Random) Thought: The past can not provide power to the present moment. It’s impossible for a burnt out light bulb to light up a room... You might remember a few months back I posted techniques for being present. One of the techniques was called "The 3...

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3 Techniques to Begin Practicing Being Present

Being present is one that often stirs a lot of questions. It sounds “good in theory”, but how can one actually “be present”. I remember asking this once to a very “Zen” teacher in a class I was taking , and his response was that he meditated for 2 hours in the morning and 2 hours in the evening. WHAT?! I laughed as I told him he must not be from Jersey! The people I work with barely have two minutes, let alone two hours…

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